Normal Cell Biology Cancer Cell Biology b Identify the cancer types which

Normal cell biology cancer cell biology b identify

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Normal Cell Biology Cancer Cell Biology b. Identify the cancer types which produce the tumor markers alpha fetoprotein, carcinoembryonic antigen, beta human chorionic gonadotropin, and prostate specific antigen. Tumor Marker Origin Alpha Fetoprotein Carcinoembryonic Antigen Beta Human Chorionic gonadotropin Prostate Specific Antigen c. Identify the origins of a cancer based on the following cancer nomenclature: Carcino-, sarco-, -oma, -blastoma, and carcinoma in situ. Term Definition Example
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5 Carcino- (prefix) Sarco- (prefix) -oma (suffix) Carcinoma in Situ -blastoma (suffix) d. Describe the patterns of metastasis of the specified cancers (lung, colorectal, testicular, prostate, breast, head and neck, ovarian, sarcoma, melanoma) and the implications for clinical practice. Primary cancer Sites of Metastasis Clinical Implications Lung Colorectal Testicular Prostate Breast Head and Neck Ovarian Sarcoma Melanoma e. Evaluate and describe the mechanisms of cancer metastasis and the implications for clinical practice.
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6 f. Explain the TNM staging system for cancers and describe its significance for clinical practice. g. Examine the role and function of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes in a cancer cell.
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  • Fall '15
  • david,mary
  • Oncology, Clinical Practice, cellular adaptation patterns

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