Repurposing Opportunities in Oncology: Using ‘Old’ Drugs as ‘Novel’ Anti-cancer Agents

Drug repurposing, also known as drug repositioning or ‘therapeutic switching,’ refers to the use of an existing drug in a novel therapeutic indication. With the increasing costs and complexity of ‘traditional’ drug discovery, this approach has become an attractive option in the development of new treatment options for hard to treat cancers. And identifying a … Continue reading Repurposing Opportunities in Oncology: Using ‘Old’ Drugs as ‘Novel’ Anti-cancer Agents