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What is cancer?
Cancer is a disease which occurs when changes in a group of normal cells within the body
lead to uncontrolled growth causing a lump called a tumour; this is true of all cancers except
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The Biological Basis of Cancer
Robert McKinnell et al., Cambridge University Press, 1998.
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Artistic rendering of a mouse with a brain tumor
detected by bioluminescence imaging. The mouse is
holding a plastic model of an anti-cancer molecule
that can be used for its tumor treatment. The
The Biology of Cancer
The cells of multicellular organisms are
committed to the survival of the germ cells
Cells collaborate for germ cell survival
Mutations giving rise to selfish behavior
jeopardizes the survival of the germ cells
Cancer is that sel
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Understanding Cancer: From Biology and Epidemiology to Prevention and Therapy
Stanford Continuing Studies, Spring 2014
Course ID: BIO103
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Dates: 10 sessions, April 1 - June 3, 2014
Cell Biology of Cancer
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Cells have protoproto-oncogenes
These code for proteins that help to regulate cell growth and differentiation
growth factors, RTKs,
RTKs, regulatory GTPa
[THE BIOLOGY OF BELIEF] Bruce Lipton | Fall 2009
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TRANSFER EQUIVALENCY GUIDE FOR UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY
This guide is not a comprehensive list of all equivalent courses. It reflects the most current courses offered by the University of Detroit Mercy that will fulfill the prerequisites for the
Although the above-mentioned courses nominally meet medical
school requirements, the serious premedical student should also
elect several upper-level courses in the area of the life
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Stokes S. Baker, M.S., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology
University of Detroit Mercy
Ph.D. 1990. Department of Molecular Genetics, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Dissertation: Identification and Characterization of Fertilization Assoc
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