ICSES Transactions on Image Processing and Pattern Recognition

Vol. 4, No. 2, Jun. 2018

The Age of Miraculous Technology Advent to Eradicate Cancer Cells | Miscellaneous

a University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq

Highlights and Novelties

1- Creating drugs that directly hit cancer cells without damaging further tissues have already been proven to be a safe method in treating cervical cancer.

2- Swedish researchers have urbanized a technique that uses magnetically controlled nano-particles to force tumor cells to self-destruct not include harming surrounding tissue radiation and chemotherapy do.

3- It is primarily meant for cancer treatment, although it could be used for other diseases including type 1 diabetes.

Manuscript Abstract
One of the most difficult global health problems is cancer. Even though there is a large collection of drugs that can be used to treat cancer, the problem is to kill all cancer cells selectively while reducing on the side toxicity of healthy cells. There are many biological obstacles to effective drug delivery such as renal, hepatic, or immune clearance. Nano particles laden with drugs can be designed to astound these biological barriers to advance efficacy while minimizing disturbance. Nano particles have been introduced into a new era of drug delivery by refining the therapeutic indicators of active pharmaceutical ingredients engineered in nano particles. Following generation Nano medicines requisite to be better battered to specifically destroy cancerous tissue, but face more than a few obstacles in their clinical development, containing identification of appropriate bio markers to target, scale-up of synthesis, and reproducible characterization. This review the current use of layers of nano particles clinically approved, and to investigate the nano particles of drugs in clinical trials, in addition to challenges that may hinder the development of Nano-drugs for cancer treatment are discussed.

 Nanoparticles   Clinical trials   Therapeutics   Combination treatment   Theranostics 

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Cite this manuscript as
Heba Fadhil, "The Age of Miraculous Technology Advent to Eradicate Cancer Cells," ICSES Transactions on Image Processing and Pattern Recognition (ITIPPR), vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 1-3, Jun. 2018.

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