Tag: Cancer Therapies

Rising Popularity of Drug Targeting Synthetically Lethal Targets Fuels the Battle of PARP Inhibitors for Treatment of Advanced Cancer Indications

Cancer is considered to be the second leading cause of mortality, after cardiovascular diseases, accounting for every sixth reported death in the world. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) states that the number of new cancer cases is expected to grow to 27.5 million across the globe, by 2040. Experimental evidence has shown

New Frontiers in Cancer Therapies: Focus on Transcription Factors, GTPases, Phosphatases and GPCRs, 2018-2030

Cancer Therapies continues to be one of the most active segments within the pharmaceutical industry. However, certain biological targets have long eluded drug development efforts. One such target is Ras family, which has been identified to play a critical role in oncogenesis. Scientific literature suggests that the RAS gene is mutated across about 30% of