Anti cancer drug delivery agents
Anticancer agents are typically administered to the patients to kill cancer cells. These drugs work in two ways: by killing the cancer cells through direct exposure to the chemical agent and by inducing apoptosis (suicide of cancer cells). Current treatment strategies for cancer suffer from severe limitations, including nonspecific biodistribution of the chemotherapeutic agent, dose-limiting toxicity, and emerging drug resistance. As a result, novel cancer therapies such as liposomal drug delivery systems have rapidly evolved.
- Track 1-1 Neural Drug Delivery
- Track 2-2 Anti-Cancer Drug Discovery and Development
- Track 3-3 Cancer Medicine- Bio Pharma Industry
- Track 4-4 Chemotherapy