Aspirant Cancer Career and Education Development programme (ACCEND)

The science of cancer

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This session will explore the process of carcinogenesis, examining how normal cells become cancer cells. This will include a discussion of the cell cycle, the genes involved and how mutations in these genes lead to the formation of a tumour. The different approaches to the grading and staging of cancer are explained, alongside the principles of cancer treatments.

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Aspirant Cancer Career and Education Development programme (ACCEND)
Contributed by: Aspirant Cancer Career and Education Development programme (ACCEND)
Authored by: elearning for healthcare
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Last updated: 04 January 2024
First contributed: 23 May 2023
Audience access level: General user

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