Angiogenesis inhibitors

For tumours to survive, they need to produce a network of blood vessels. Angiogenesis inhibitors interfere with the development of blood vessels. This means that the cancer is unable to receive the oxygen and nutrients it needs to survive.

Individual angiogenesis inhibitors

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Cancer growth inhibitors

Cancer growth inhibitors are drugs that block signals that tell cancer cells to develop or divide.

Monoclonal antibodies

Monoclonal antibodies attach to receptors on the surface of cancer cells or other cells in the body.

Cancer vaccines

Cancer vaccines are a type of cancer treatment that are still in the very early stages of development.