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Unveiling the Potential of TROP-2 Inhibitors: A New Frontier in Cancer Treatment

Trophoblast cell surface antigen-2 (TROP-2) is a 35-kDa protein found on cell membranes, made of sugars and a protein chain, serving as a transmitter of calcium signals. It is produced by the TACSTD2 gene and shares a structural similarity with the epithelial cell adhesion molecule (EpCAM). TROP2, although ident...

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Antibody-drug Conjugates in Oncology: An Overview of the Current and Future Treatment Landscape

Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) are becoming more prominent in the cancer treatment market. Antibody-drug conjugates are one of the most rapidly increasing anticancer treatments. This approach uses a mAb attached to a cytotoxic payload via a chemical linker that is directed towards a target antigen expressed on the...

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Top 10 Expected Oncology Drug Launches in 2023

Cancer is the world’s second leading cause of death. Every year, 10 million people die from cancer. Cancer kills 70% of people in low-to-middle-income countries. Cancer is estimated to cost the global economy USD 1.16 trillion per year. Millions of lives could be saved annually by implementing resource-appropriate ...

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