This is a user-friendly handbook, designed for young medical oncologists, where they can access the essential information they need for providing the treatment which could have the highest chance of being effective and tolerable.
By finding out more about pharmacology from this handbook, young medical oncologists will be better able to assess the different options available and become more knowledgeable in the evaluation of new treatments
Chapter 1: Preclinical Drug Development: Translating Basic Research into Clinical Work
- In Vitro Evaluation of New Anti-Cancer Agents
- Studies in Animal Models
- Companion Diagnostics Development
- Summary and Further Reading
Last updated in 2012