The healthcare industry is undergoing a complete turnaround as the companies that used to prefer financial figures over innovation have once again shifted focus to traditional way. Developing treatments for life-threatening diseases is the next big thing, and every second company is moving in the same direction. In this series, Propanc Health Group Corp (OTCMKTS:PPCH) has unfolded a few unknown facts about carcinomas.
Insights On The Matter:
Propanc Health Group is known for developing proprietary and new treatments for the patients suffering from cancer. It recently announced that it came across new insights into the spread and development of carcinomas, which were published in British Journal of Cancer. A team of researchers from the University of Glasgow worked on carcinomas and came to know a few important points that were unknown in the past.
Most of the cancer patients die due to enhanced level of metastasis, a special kind of cancer spread. As per the reports, the research work done by these scientists may impact PRP, Propanc’s lead product in such a way that it can control and cure metastasis. While writing the research report, Professor Laura Machesky, lead author of this study states how tight control on migration and cell growth, which is needed to maintain healthy tissues can cause problems. It happens when normal pathways of these cells are rattled.
Cancer that occurs due to these epithelial tissues that cover the internal surfaces of the body and various internal organs is termed as carcinomas. As per the reports, Propanc Health Group Corp (OTCMKTS:PPCH) has put in a lot of efforts and intends to do the same in the future for developing PRPs. The human trials of this drug will commence in a few days time, targeting pancreatic and colorectal tumors initially. If everything goes fine, then Propanc will focus on other cancer as well. Reports claim that the global market of colorectal tumor is expected to cross $8.8 billion by 2020; hence, Propanc intends to use the prevailing market situations in an effective way.