What are anticancer drugs?
Anticancer drugs are used to treat malignancies.
There is no clear definition, but that can be understood naturally by classifying them.
There is no standard classification of anticancer drugs.
Here, we would like classify them in three types from the mechanism of action.
They destroy rapidly growing cancer cells targeting DNA.
They enhance and improve the chemosensitivity and dose of cytotoxic drugs
Epigenetics is the study of heritable, reversible forms of gene regulation that are not dependent on the DNA sequence.
By combining the drugs above in 1.2.3 strong anticancer effect can be obtained.