Bone cancer pain is common in patients with advanced breast, prostate, and lung cancer as these tumors have a remarkable affinity to metastasize to bone. Bone cancer pain is very common, and patients with this type of pain may be difficult to treat.

Some models of bone cancer pain, which closely mirror the human condition, are providing insight into the mechanisms that drive bone cancer pain and guide the development of mechanism-based therapies to treat the cancer pain.

During this webinar, our CSO, Laurent Diop, makes a focus on pharmacological approach in the drug discovery models and possible future treatments.