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This group of 3 webinars will introduce you to the fundamentals of cancer and cancer development. By introducing you first to the cells and tissues of the body and how cells replicate, you are quickly covering more detailed aspects of cancer biology with confidence. Lots of terminology in these three webinars which will give you a thorough grounding in cancer and how it develops.
A group of four webinars designed to bring you up to speed with the treatments we use for our cancer patients, many of who will receive a combination of these treatments. It is important to understand how these treatments work against the cancer, but also to consider their side effects and how they might be remedied. Quite a bit of science in these webinars, but brought over in a way that you will understand. Best suited for those that have been in their role for a while, but also work very well as a follow on for the ‘Cancer (not so) Basic’ series.
A range of webinars designed to follow on from ‘Cancer (not so) Basic’ and ‘Cancer Treatments’. These webinars will give you more in-depth knowledge around the specific tumour site. Each webinar will follow a similar format. Firstly, you will be introduced to the anatomy related to this area, followed by the epidemiology and risk factors associated with the type of cancer. Signs and symptoms along with common diagnostic procedures will be covered, followed by detailed descriptions of staging and grading. Each webinar will be concluded by looking at common treatments available for each tumour type.
A series of three webinars designed to introduce you to the more common cancer associated with blood and blood production sites. A knowledge of blood cells and their developments holds the key to understanding these diseases, and that is where we begin. Following on from this, each webinar will take you through the epidemiology, risk factors and signs and symptoms associated with these diseases. Each webinar will culminate in looking at the treatment options available.