Journal of Oncology Medicine & Practice

ISSN: 2576-3857

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A Brief Analysis of Drug Combinations and Mechanisms


Sophia Lee*

Cancer patients now have hope thanks to chemotherapy, radiation, targeted therapy, and immunotherapy. Cancer-therapy-induced cardiovascular damage has garnered interest as cancer patient survival times have increased and clinical experience has grown. Deeper understanding of the molecular biology underlying the disease is necessary to develop appropriate preventative and treatment strategies for the side effects of cancer therapy that can be fatal or cause long-term morbidity. Traditional Chinese medicine formulations are effective in addition to the common cardioprotection medications and can be expected to achieve "tailored treatment" from a variety of angles. Furthermore, "reverse cardio-oncology" has emerged as a result of the rising incidence of cancer in people with cardiovascular disease, underscoring the urgent need for collaboration between cardiologists and oncologists.


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