Published On: Fri, Dec 30th, 2016

Some hope for Prostate Cancer patients after introdcution of laser-activated drug

laser guided drug for prostate cancer treatement

A laser-activated newly introduced drug brings new hope for Prostate Cancer patients, based on ocean floor bacteria through which nearly half of the patients that can completely cured from the deadly disease.

A new laser-activated treatment of Prostate Cancer ensure the remission without the need of surgery as surgeons found a new treatment for early stages Prostate Cancer inform of therapy. A new research published in Lancet Oncology on Tuesday, scientist in UCL in Britain introduced a therapy which involves the injection of lighter sensitive drug into bloodstream of patients with low-risk Prostate Cancer.

The study shown, injected drug in bloodstream soon activated with laser and start destroying the cancerous cells while leaving healthy tissue unharmed. The UCL Medical Sciences scientists said it is truly a leap forward for patients of Prostate Cancer because around 49 percent of 413 patients of initial stage Prostate Cancer successfully cured as compare to those who never get any treatment.

The root cause of the problem is, 9 out of 10 patients affected by this problem but only up to fifth attempted to control it and rest ones chose to wait and see the worst stages of it rather than controlling it in early stage.

American Cancer Society pushed out a rough statistic of 2016 in which Prostate Cancer ranked the forth most common cause of cancer across the globe as well as listed at second in most common cancer in men. In 2016, it’s estimated that around 180,000 new cases of Prostate Cancer recorded in current year in United States while there were 26,000 people dead by this cancer.

The intense care now launched for Prostate Cancer where deep research is ongoing in which, all changes are monitoring how early stage Prostate Cancer become more sever.

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