Implants for different types of cancer: an updated review

Authors

  • Rupali Sharma Department of Pharmaceutics, St. Soldier institute of pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C.), Jalandhar –Amritsar by pass, NH-1, Jalandhar -144011, Punjab, India
  • Ritu Rani Department of Pharmaceutics, St. Soldier institute of pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C.), Jalandhar –Amritsar by pass, NH-1, Jalandhar -144011, Punjab, India
  • Rajesh Kumar Department of Pharmaceutics, St. Soldier institute of pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C.), Jalandhar –Amritsar by pass, NH-1, Jalandhar -144011, Punjab, India
  • Ajeet Pal Singh Department of Pharmaceutics, St. Soldier institute of pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C.), Jalandhar –Amritsar by pass, NH-1, Jalandhar -144011, Punjab, India
  • Amar Pal Singh Department of Pharmaceutics, St. Soldier institute of pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C.), Jalandhar –Amritsar by pass, NH-1, Jalandhar -144011, Punjab, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47957/ijpda.v12i1.579

Keywords:

electrospun nanofibers, cancer treatment, drug release, nano medicine, biocompatible polymers, hyperthermia

Abstract

Cancer, a significant global health concern, accounts for one in six deaths worldwide. The complex landscape of cancer treatment includes conventional approaches such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy, as well as recent advances like stem cell therapy, targeted therapy, ablation therapy, and various nanomedicines. Notably, electrospinning has incorporated colloidal nanoparticles into polymeric NFs for drug delivery and cancer treatments. The unique contribution of this review lies in its focus on recent investigations that aim to enhance drug delivery and improve the efficiency of cancer treatments. Biomaterials have been applied to immunotherapies to modulate immune cells and the immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment, aiming to enhance both efficacy and safety. Stem cell therapy shows promise in regenerating tissues affected by cancer, while targeted therapy specifically inhibits the growth of cancer cells with minimal damage to healthy cells. This review provides an updated overview of implant applications in cancer therapies.

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2024-04-14
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Sharma, R., R. Rani, R. Kumar, A. P. Singh, and A. P. Singh. “Implants for Different Types of Cancer: An Updated Review”. International Journal of Pharmaceutics and Drug Analysis, vol. 12, no. 1, Apr. 2024, pp. 72-78, doi:10.47957/ijpda.v12i1.579.

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