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Gastrointestinal Cancer Drug Treatment Research


Taku Kobayashi*

Gastrointestinal cancers represent a formidable challenge to global healthcare systems due to their high incidence, mortality rates, and limited treatment options. In recent years, considerable progress has been made in understanding the molecular pathogenesis of GI cancers, leading to the development of targeted therapies and immunotherapies that hold promise for improved patient outcomes. This abstract provides a comprehensive review of recent research focused on drug treatments for GI cancers. Firstly, we discuss the emerging role of targeted therapies in the management of GI cancers. Novel agents that specifically inhibit key signaling pathways, such as epidermal growth factor receptor and vascular endothelial growth factor, have shown encouraging results in clinical trials. The integration of biomarker-driven approaches to patient selection has enhanced treatment efficacy and reduced adverse effects, thus establishing a more personalized approach to GI cancer therapy. Furthermore, this abstract explores the significance of tumor microenvironment modulation as a promising strategy to sensitize GI tumors to drug therapy. Preclinical studies have revealed the potential of stromal-targeting agents and immunomodulatory approaches to improve drug delivery and enhance the antitumor immune response, paving the way for exciting new treatment avenues.


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