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These notes cover lecture material from lectures 1 & 2.
Notes from the lectures about the history of cancer.
These notes cover the lectures of week 3.
These notes cover all material required (except extra readings) for Exam 1.
These notes cover material from week 5 and week 6.
These notes cover all material from BIO 302, including lecture notes.
This document contains what was covered in class on Monday & Wednesday
Notes for lectures during week 3 and on chapters 1 & 2
Notes from this week's class (History of Cancer)
Review of some of the exam questions
Causes of cancer & preventative measures
Cancer genome atlas cont'd
A look into the pros & cons of screening
Everything we covered on Cancer detection, diagnosis, assessment & prognosis
Covers radiation, localized & systemic therapies and when they are used/beneficial to the patient
These notes cover what's going to be on our next exam
- Pediatric Cancer
- Cancer & the Law
- Therapy Development for Cancer
- Drug Testing in Animals (continuation)
Contains everything covered in the review session during the last class
This is the first week 1, What is Cancer? Notes from the lecture.
They are highlighted and next to each important fact I put "***" the number of stars placed next to them represents the ranking of the level of importance! So "*" is important, "**" is more, and "***" is something you have to know! This is all based of verbal facts she said during lecture.
Let me know if these are useful!
A lot of these notes have highlights to help emphasize important work
The ones with a triple star "***" next to their name, or underlined means they are important and the professor emphasized that it will be on the test!
Hello! Heres week 4 materials!
Unfortunately, we had a different lecturer for this week and his teaching methods weren't as in-depth as the original teacher...
Normally I record and listen to the lecture again for thing's I've missed during class, but even I had a hard time coming up with his "take-away" mentions for each hallmark
Heres a list of questions that I feel mentioned a lot in lecture, and that came up as important on the slides! I left some room for you to write as much additional detail and some of the questions are broader for you to explore in some of my notes!
Hope this helps!
Hello! These are notes for week 6 material!
I listed the key pointers she made out to emphasize and say when there were data and graphs displayed (that was the majority of the slides in the second day)
Have at it! :D
Week 7 Notes! Enjoy!
Heres notes on week 8! There were two different guest speakers so the given material is a little different than the usual notes!
Notes of week 10 diagnosis are up!
Heres all the study guide questions I set up!
A lot of them require some deep diving and looking up in the slides and notes! The more detailed you can answer these questions, the better!
Heres the second half of week 10 material! Enjoy