Breast Cancer and Personalized Vaccines: Vaccines tailored to individual tumor characteristics are being studied. These vaccines aim to stimulate the patient’s own immune system to fight cancer cells more effectively.
Targeted Therapies Monoclonal Antibodies: These antibodies target proteins found on the surface of cancer cells and prevent the growth and spread of cancer cells.
Hormone Therapies: In hormone receptor-positive breast cancers, treatments that target the dependence of cancer cells on hormones are used.
Immunotherapy Checkpoint Inhibitors: These are the drugs that help the immune system to respond more effectively against cancer cells by activating it.
Adoptive T Cell Therapies: It is a treatment performed by using the patient’s own immune cells, modifying these cells in the laboratory and returning them to the patient.
Gene and Cell Therapies CRISPR and Gene Editing: Gene editing technologies aim to target and fix the genetic material of cancer cells.
Stem Cell Therapies: It is the use of stem cells with regenerative potential to repair damaged or destroyed tissues.
Clinical Trials: Clinical trials on breast cancer vaccines are ongoing and the effectiveness and safety of these vaccines are evaluated.
Breast cancer treatment is a field that is constantly evolving and developing, and intensive research is being conducted on new treatment methods and vaccines. Many of these treatments are still in the research phase and may not be approved for clinical applications. Yet, these innovative treatment methods are seen as promising advances in breast cancer treatment and have the potential to revolutionize cancer treatment in the future.