Targeted therapy is a cancer treatment that restricts the growth and spread of cancer by targeting the specific genes and proteins that are responsible for the growth, progression, and spread of cancerous growth. Targeted cell therapy is the foundation of precision medicine and can be categorized into two types. One type of target therapy involves the use of small molecules (drugs), which can easily enter cells where they stop cancerous growth. The other type involves the use of larger molecules (monoclonal antibodies), which are unable to enter cells and therefore affect targets outside of cells or targets on cells’ surface.
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