Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology

Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology:

Chemotherapy is a cancer treatment where medicine is used to kill cancer cells. There are many different types of chemotherapy medicine, but they all work in a similar way. They stop cancer cells reproducing, which prevents them from growing and spreading in the body. The study of drugs that are used to treat and prevent the cancer disease and the disease related to cancer and how it works. The pharmacology of cancer is divided into many types. They are alkylating agents, antimetabolites, plant alkaloids, anti-tumor antibiotics, nitrosoureas, hormonal agents, and biological response modifiers.

Related Tags:

Cancer Treatment | Oncology | Cancer Research | Pharmacology | Anti-Cancer Drugs | Chemotherapeutic Agents | Cancer Care | Targeted Therapy | Precision Medicine | Adjuvant Therapy | Combination Therapy | Clinical Trials | Chemoresistance | Drug Development | Personalized Medicine | Hematology Oncology | Oncology Pharmacy 

Related Associations:

American Association for Cancer Research | American Society of Clinical Oncology | European Society for Medical Oncology | International Society of Oncology Pharmacy Practitioners | Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer | American Society of Hematology | European Hematology Association | International Society of Pediatric Oncology | Association for Clinical Oncology | Clinical Oncology Society of Australia