Treatment of Ovarian Tumors - Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
Ovarian cancer occurs in the ovary’s cells. The ovaries are two female reproductive glands that produce ova, or eggs. They also produce the female hormones estrogen and progesterone. Cancer starts when abnormal cells in the ovary begin to multiply out of control and form a tumor. The tumor can then spread to other parts of the body. There are patents around the screening of the drugs around ovarian cancer therapy.
Dr. Wael ElShamy, director of the Cancer Institute’s Molecular Cancer Therapeutics Program, recently received a patent on a method to diagnose and treat several cancer types and subtypes. His patent covers c-Abl inhibitor use in therapies for breast, liver, ovarian, colon, brain, lung and prostate cancer.To know what is all about ovarian cancer,it is worth to go through the patent overview report.
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