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Biological intratumoral therapy for the high-grade glioma part I: intratumoral delivery and immunotoxins.
CNS Oncol
  • Joshua Loya
  • Charlie Zhang
  • Emily J Cox, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center
  • Achal Singh Achrol, Department of Neurosurgery and Neurosciences, John Wayne Cancer Institute and Pacific Neuroscience Institute, Santa Monica, CA, USA
  • Santosh Kesari, Department of Translational Neurosciences and Neurotherapeutics, Pacific Neuroscience Institute and John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John's Health Center, Santa Monica, CA, USA.
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
11-1-2019
Disciplines
Abstract

Management of high-grade gliomas remains a complex challenge. Standard of care consists of microsurgical resection, chemotherapy and radiation, but despite these aggressive multimodality therapies the overall prognosis remains poor. A major focus of ongoing translational research studies is to develop novel therapeutic strategies that can maximize tumor cell eradication while minimizing collateral side effects. Particularly, biological intratumoral therapies have been the focus of new translational research efforts due to their inherent potential to be both dynamically adaptive and target specific. This two-part review will provide an overview of biological intratumoral therapies and summarize key advances and remaining challenges in intratumoral biological therapies for high-grade glioma. Part I focuses on discussion of the concepts of intratumoral delivery and immunotoxin therapies.

Clinical Institute
Cancer
Department
Oncology
Department
Neurosciences
Citation Information
Joshua Loya, Charlie Zhang, Emily J Cox, Achal Singh Achrol, et al.. "Biological intratumoral therapy for the high-grade glioma part I: intratumoral delivery and immunotoxins." CNS Oncol (2019)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/emilyj-cox/26/