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Carcinogen - an agent known to cause cancer.
MM is the most serious form of skin cancer. Even so, if diagnosed and removed while it is still thin and limited to the outermost skin layer, it is almost 100% curable.
Insitu melanomas occupy only the upper-most part of the epidermis, the top layer of skin.
Invasive melanomas are the most serious kind...
Invasive melanomas have penetrated deeply into the skin spread to other parts of the body.
Surgery The tumor is removed, along with a margin of cancer-free skin.
Chemotherapy Reaches cells all over the body and destroys cancer cells that may have traveled from the primary tumor.
Radiation Therapy Directed application to destroy cancer cells in a specific area of the body.
Immunotherapy Strengthens the body's own immune system to attack the cancer cells.
Content Standard 1.2 Cells can differentiate and may develop into complex multicellular organisms (i.e., cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms).
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FNAB: Consistent for ductal carcinoma Plan: Induction Chemotherapy / MRM / BCT? Why?
Advantage: Can often be very successful in treating some kinds of cancer if the cancer cells are based in one small area and can easily be cut out and.
Cancer Lesson. Learning Topic: Specific facts and vocabulary about cancer. Focus Question: How would you define cancer?
© 2010 McGraw-Hill Companies. All Rights Reserved. Chapter 16.
CHRONIC DISEASE Cancer Click to Begin. Cancer Cancers can grow in various body organs. Cancer Abnormal growth of cellular tissue. Can be caused by –Genetics.
5.3 Regulation of the Cell Cycle B-2.7 Summarize how cell regulation controls and coordinates cell growth and division and allows cells to respond to the.
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The Ozone Shield The ozone layer is an area in the stratosphere where ozone is highly concentrated. It absorbs most of the UV rays from the sun. Ozone.
Cell Cycle and Mitosis and Loss of Cell Cycle Control Targets 7-14.
A Inter Body Killer! It is a white blood cell Destroy infection Is the core to immunity also known as T-lymphocyte They mature in the thymus (part of.
WAVES IN ACTION The Electromagnetic Spectrum What Is The Electromagnetic Spectrum? We are all familiar with LIGHT Light is part of the EM spectrum –
What is the treatment?. Treatment of Retinoblastoma Choosing the most appropriate cancer treatment is a decision that ideally involves the patient, family,
1 Tumor Invasion and Metastasis Chapter 12. Mosby items and derived items © 2006 by Mosby, Inc. 2 Tumor Spread Direct invasion of contiguous organs Known.
Section 5-3 & 5-5 Cancer & Stem Cells Section 5-3 & 5-5 Cancer & Stem Cells Write everything that is underlined.
LOJ Feb 2004 Radioactivity (4) Ionizing Radiation.
CHAPTER 12 THE CELL CYCLE Copyright © 2002 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Section C: Regulation of the Cell Cycle 1.A molecular.
10.3 Workbook Corrections. 1. F - Cells tend to stop dividing when they come into contact with other cells.
Types of Cardiovascular Disease Cardiovascular diseases include: Hypertension Atherosclerosis heart attack Arrhythmia congestive heart failure stroke.
Understand broad treatment strategies in the treatment of tumors.
Organs Functions The Respiratory system is made up of organs and tissues. The main parts of the Respiratory system are the airways, lungs, linked, blood.
How is radiotherapy given Radiotherapy can be given in two ways: from outside or inside the body. External radiotherapy is the most common method of treatment.
Mitosis & Cancer: When Making New Cells Goes Terribly Wrong!
Topic 5.2 / Option G.3 Human Impact on Ecosystems 2 Invasive species, Biomagnification and the Ozone layer Assessment Statements: G.3.4 – G.3.11.
UV radiation By Andrew Coventry 10LC. Contents What is UV radiation? What is a tan? How does UV radiation tan the skin? What damage can UV do to the skin?
Immune System. First line of defense The skin serves as a physical barrier to prevent the passage of many disease-causing microorganisms. The skin is.
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2. Define Febrile Neutropenia occurs when a patient has a fever and a significant reduction in their white blood cells (neutropenia) that are needed to.
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