An innovative approach to cancer treatment – Targeted therapy and Immunotherapy

A countless number of patients suffer every day from agonizing pain that is caused by various types of cancers. A conventional treatment option that has been used to treat cancer patients for decades like chemotherapy helps treat cancer disease but leaves patients with extensive damage from its side effects. With the advancement in healthcare technology, a breakthrough has been made in the field of cancer research. The discovery of Targeted Therapy in recent years is used to treat cancer cells by targeting or attacking specific genes or proteins that are involved in the growth of cancer cells without damaging other

parts of the body, while Immunotherapy relies on the function of the patient’s immune system. Typically, the immune system monitors and destroys foreign substances, such as germs and cancer cells.

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