Global Single Agent Chemotherapy Market: Snapshot
The idea of creating a singular therapeutic drug for multiple forms of cancer has been a widely coveted topic in the healthcare industry. Multiple agents have so far been explored as prime contenders for single agent chemotherapy, especially for esophageal cancer and breast cancer. Currently, for esophageal cancer, single agent chemotherapy has been observed to have short lived responses, which is one of the primary reasons for the greater proportion of usage of combinational chemotherapy. A large number of drug combinations in esophageal chemotherapy are based off cisplatin. A similar case is currently made in favor of combinational chemotherapy for metastatic breast cancer, where research shows that combination chemotherapy gives better overall results than the sequential treatment of a patient using single agents.
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However, the benefits of combinational chemotherapy do not suffice to answer for the massive risks or side effects that they hold. Combinational chemotherapy is known to hold a much higher rate of toxicity than single agent chemotherapy. The impact of the former is also largely negative on the mental health of a patient along with their social life. This implies a chance of a lower quality of life for the patient after chemotherapy with combination chemotherapy than with single agent chemotherapy.
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