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Concepts of cancer treatment and management will be communicated to the student through a series of web-based sessions, with a sharp focus on the terminology, pathology, diagnostics, disease management. Intended for individuals with educational backgrounds in biological sciences at the associates, bachelor or masters level. Nurses, research assistants, data managers and others who are involved in oncology research or would like to become involved in this area of research and development would benefit from this course. Included: an overview of cancer biology, diagnosis and specific types of cancer, as well as basic principles, treatment modalities and potential effect of those treatment modalities.

Other Credits : BRN: 30 CE hours.

  • NOTE  Prerequisites: Drug Development Process, Good Clinical Practices, and Human Subjects Protection/IRBs. Elective for Professional Certificate.

  • COURSE NUMBER  FPM-40493
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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