Medical Oncology - Chemotherapy, Hormonal and Targeted Cancer Therapy
Medical Oncology involves the method of treating Cancer cells with chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, biological therapy, and targeted therapy.
Cancer Chemotherapy is the utilization of anticancer medications intended to moderate or stop the development of quickly dividing cancer cells in the body. The drugs may be used as a essential treatment to kill cancer cells, after another treatment to destroy any remaining cancer cells, to mitigate side effects of advanced cancer.
Hormonal therapy is a type of foundational treatment that attempts to include, block or expel hormones from the body to moderate or stop the development of cancer cells.
Targeted therapy can be utilized as the principle treatment for a few cancers, however by and large they're utilized with different treatment methods, for example, chemo, surgery, and radiation therapy.
- Track 1-1 Hormonal alterations
- Track 2-2 Chemotherapy types
- Track 3-3 Dosage and Resistance
- Track 4-4 Targeted drug delivery
- Track 5-5 Mechanism of action
- Track 6-6 Chemotherapy side effects