Precision Medicine Approaches in Cancer Therapy: Current Trends and Future Directions


  • Liort Geriiok Swiss Alberta medical college, France. Email: feoaf30@rro.foh


Precision medicine, cancer therapy, molecular profiling, targeted therapies, personalized treatment.


Precision medicine has revolutionized cancer therapy by tailoring treatment strategies to the unique molecular profile of individual tumors. This paper provides a comprehensive overview of current trends and future directions in precision medicine approaches for cancer therapy. Through a systematic review of the literature, key advancements in genomics, proteomics, and other omics technologies are explored, highlighting their role in identifying actionable molecular alterations and guiding therapeutic decision-making. The integration of biomarker-driven targeted therapies, immunotherapies, and combination regimens has led to improved outcomes and prolonged survival for cancer patients across various tumor types. Furthermore, the advent of liquid biopsies and non-invasive imaging techniques has facilitated real-time monitoring of treatment response and disease progression, enabling clinicians to adapt therapy accordingly. Despite these remarkable advancements, challenges remain in overcoming tumor heterogeneity, acquired resistance, and treatment-related toxicities. Future directions in precision oncology include the development of novel targeted agents, immunomodulatory strategies, and innovative clinical trial designs to address these challenges and further enhance treatment efficacy. By harnessing the power of precision medicine, personalized treatment approaches hold the promise of transforming cancer care, improving patient outcomes, and ultimately achieving the goal of precision oncology for all.