Once described as the “Emperor of all Maladies,” cancer kills over 20,000 people every day worldwide. Despite the widespread impact of this disease, most people have little more than a basic idea of the workings of cancer. Did you know that cancer affects one in two men and one in three women in the United States? Or, that cases of skin cancer due to indoor tanning exceed cases of lung cancer due to smoking? Want to learn why taller women are more likely to get cancer? It’s about time that everyone knows a little something about cancer. If you are fascinated by this disease and want to learn the science behind it, enroll in Cancer 101!
Given remote learning, there is no attendance policy and the class will be asynchronous.
|Section 1||Jett Liu, James Lappin, Thomas Shaffer||40||Online||[M] 7:00PM-8:00PM||week of 01/25/2021 (live class and asynchronous)||Full||--||23003|