Progress in Research on Tumor Metastasis Inhibitors

Author(s): Weiqi Xia, Chunqi Hu*

Journal Name: Current Medicinal Chemistry

Volume 27 , Issue 34 , 2020


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Abstract:

Tumor metastasis is a significant cause of malignant cancer-related death. Therefore, inhibiting tumor metastasis is an effective means of treating malignant tumors. Increasing our understanding of the molecular mechanisms that govern tumor metastasis can reveal new anti-cancer targets. This article will discuss the breakthroughs in this area and the corresponding recent developments in anti-cancer drug discovery.

Keywords: Metastasis, anti-cancer, drug discovery, tumor, malignant, molecular mechanism.

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