Bone Metastasis Treatments, Major Therapeutic Frontiers
Da-Yong Lu* and Bin Xu
School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
*Corresponding Author: Da-Yong Lu, School of Life Sciences, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China.
April 26, 2021; Published: June 01, 2021
Cancer is the secondary leading disease-induced human mortality worldwide. 60 - 90% cancer mortality is caused by neoplasm metastasis [1-4]. Currently, anticancer drugs are the foremost therapeutic selection because a lot of diversity of tumor origins and drug responses. Several pathways can improve these therapeutic responses and benefiting for bone metastasis treatment;
Finding key genetic or molecular factors that is involving bone metastasis .
Development of high-active anticancer or antimetastatic drugs [6-9].
Drug mechanisms and targeting study [10,11].
Herbal medicine may promote human physiological conditions and integrity [12-14].
Personalized medicine is a growing drug selection paradigm that may optimize drug treatment against cancer growth and metastasis [15-25].
Drug combination is an important pathway to promote clinical outcomes yet much efforts should be made to streamline clinical practice [26,27].
Mathematics and computational aids [28-31].
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