Cancer Nanotheranostics: A Nanomedicinal Approach for Cancer Therapy and Diagnosis

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Author(s): Paromita Kundu, Deepika Singh, Abhalaxmi Singh, Sanjeeb K Sahoo*.

Journal Name: Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry
(Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry - Anti-Cancer Agents)

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Abstract:

The panorama of cancer treatment has taken a considerable leap over the last decade with the advancement in the upcoming novel therapies combined with modern diagnostics. Nanothernostics is an emerging science that holds tremendous potential as a contrivance by integrating therapy and imaging in a single probe for cancer diagnosis and treatment thus offering the advantage like tumor-specific drug delivery and at the same time reduced side effects to normal tissues. The recent surge in nanomedicine research has also paved the way for multimodal theranostic nanoprobe towards personalized therapy through interaction with a specific biological system. This review presents an overview of the nano theranostics approach in cancer management and a series of different nanomaterials used in theranostics and the possible challenges with future directions.

Keywords: cancer, theranostics, nanomedicine, imaging, targeting, drug delivery

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DOI: 10.2174/1871520619666190820145930
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