Targeted Therapy

Interference with the activation of growth factor receptors and/or with the intracellular growth factor-activated signal transduction pathways represents a promising strategy for the development of novel and selective anti-cancer therapies.

Two of the most promising new targets in the treatment of colorectal cancer are the epithelial growth factor receptor (EGFR) and the vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). Agents that inhibit the EGFR or bind to VEGF have demonstrated clinical activity as single agents and in combination with chemotherapy in phase II and phase III clinical trials.

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Dealing With Erectile Dysfunction

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