A multidisciplinary approach to overhaul has been applied in a variety of settings in clinical oncology, particularly among patients with stomach and colorectal cancer. Multidisciplinary care incorporates various disciplines that existing resources to enhance treatment plans and develops patients’ worth of life. Although the contribution of clinical pharmacists as part of the multidisciplinary team in the oncology department. Cancer Drugs were applied in order to treat cancer and reducing symptoms of cancer, and side-effects, such as nausea. Doctors would treat the cancer patients with two or more drugs that were used in chemotherapy and rarely with other medicines, such as steroids. Anti-cancer drugs eliminate cancer cells by preventing growth or obstructing multiplication at a certain point in their life cycles. Vaccines were medicines that develops the immune system's natural ability to safeguard the body from “foreign invaders,” that mainly forms infectious agents that may cause hereditary disease. HPV vaccine and Hepatitis B vaccine were cancer prevention vaccines supported by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Cancer treatment vaccines were also called therapeutic vaccines that increase the capability of the immune system to acknowledge and abolish the antigens.