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Cancer treatment landscape in India

Kelvin Xavier*

Cancer treatment comes in a variety of forms. Your cancer's kind and degree of advancement will determine the sort of treatment you get. Some cancer patients receive just one therapy. The majority of patients, however, have several therapies, such as surgery along with chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. Immunotherapy, targeted treatment, and hormone therapy are other options. Cancer is a condition in which a few of the body's cells grow out of control and spread to other bodily regions. The human body, which contains billions of cells, may develop cancer practically everywhere. Human cells often divide to create new cells as needed by the body. This process is known as cell growth and multiplication. A new cell replaces an old one when it dies or is damaged. Sometimes, this systematic process fails, causing damaged or aberrant cells to proliferate when they shouldn't. tumours, which are tissue masses, might develop from these cells. Tumours can be malignant or not (benign).


Cancer; Treatment; Immunotherapy; Cancer diagnoses; Screening

Published Date: 2023-07-28; Received Date: 2023-07-01