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Upcoming of Rare cancers

Updated: 25 February 2019

The number of common cancer types is reducing and an increase in uncommon cancer type is observed in the study conducted at National Cancer Center Hospital, Japan.

Worldwide conducted 866 oncology phase 1 trials were utilized to pool the results for analysis. The data taken by them was published between 1991 to 2015 involving Phase 1 clinical trials of novel medicines. The time span selected for the study coincides with cancer therapy revolution involving molecular profiling techniques and molecular-targeted anticancer drugs.

It has been observed from the study that infrequent tumor types have been evolved like biliary tract cancers. However, it does not depict the clear and updated story as immunotherapy a recent revolution in the field of cancer therapy has not been reviewed.