Cancer 101 - Wednesday, December 15th

Nov 30, 2021 | Megan Roessler M. Ed. | @meganroessler | Comments (4)

"Cancer" is often thought of as a single disease but in reality it's comprised of over 200 differing types of cancers. Cancer is defines by uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that can invade and damage the body's normal healthy tissues.  Some are aggressive and fast growing and some less aggressive and slow growing, some cancers are found early and some in very advanced stages.  Many factors are considered when deciding the type of treatment for each type of disease.  This session will provide an introductory level overview of what cancer is, how it develops and behaves, some known causes, how cancers are named, how it's treated and common terminology.

 

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Hi @thresa06, do you have a question you'd like to ask?

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Any word on when the Zoom (12/02) presentation of analyzing and understanding blood test results will be available for viewing?

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Hi @starko We posted the video on Dec. 3rd. I notice it is "Unlisted" on YouTube. Can you watch the video on this link? https://connect.mayoclinic.org/blog/cancer-education-center/newsfeed-post/understanding-your-blood-counts/
If not I will have to reach out to our media services to make the video public.

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