Polyphenols in Oncotherapy: Moving forward from the Bench to Clinical Applications

Jose EstrelaIt is a great pleasure to welcome Prof. José M. Estrela, University of Valencia, Spain, to Polyphenols Applications 2024 this September in Milan.

Presentation Topic: Polyphenols in Oncotherapy: Moving forward from the Bench to Clinical Applications. 

Prof. Estrela will discuss the latest clinical data in oncotherapy using a combination of modalities including hyperthermia, electromagnetic fields, chemotherapy, and natural polyphenols.

Presentation Key Points

  • Introduce the role of polyphenols, highlighting their potential as adjunctive therapies to enhance the efficacy of existing treatments.
  • Discuss the rationale behind combining hyperthermia, electromagnetic fields, chemotherapy, and polyphenols, emphasizing the potential synergistic effects and mechanisms of action.
  • Summarize preclinical evidence supporting the efficacy of the proposed combination therapy approach, including studies demonstrating tumor regression and enhanced cancer cell death.
  • Outline the steps needed to translate preclinical findings into clinical applications, including regulatory considerations, clinical trial design, and patient safety assessments.
  • Acknowledge potential challenges and limitations, such as variability in patient responses, treatment resistance, and the need for personalized treatment approaches.
  • Explore future directions for research and innovation in polyphenol-based oncotherapy, including the development of novel delivery methods, targeted therapies, and precision medicine approaches.

About José M. Estrela

José M. Estrela is an Associate professor in the Department of Physiology, University of Valencia, Spain. His study interests major on Physiology. In recent years, he has studied several on Cancer, Oncology, Polyphenols, Cancer Therapy, Tumors. He has published more than 103 articles in many journals.

Polyphenols Applications 2024 Congress
September 19-20, 2024 - Milan
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