Introduction to Survival in the Circulation and Extravasation

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Skills You'll Learn

Cancer, Molecular Biology, Cancer Biology, Cancer Stem Cells

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It's a Wonderful course and it has helped me gain knowledge and clear my concepts regarding cancer and metastasis. I would love to join more courses like this and enhance my knowledge.

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Jan 12, 2017

That's was Avery good experience on the course it's really beneficial and very helpful and I want to thank doctors that had taken apart in explaining cancer metastasis thanks very much

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Survival in the Circulation and Extravasation

We'll now take a close look at cancer survival within the circulation, the role of the circulatory system in metastasis, the genetic determinants of metastatic potential, signalling mechanisms, chemokines, the dock and lock hypothesis, and extravasation.

Taught By

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    Kenneth J. Pienta, M.D.

    The Donald S. Coffey Professor of Urology

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    Jelani Zarif

    Prostate Cancer Researcher

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    Sarah Amend

    Prostate Cancer Researcher

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    Haley Axelrod

    Prostate Cancer Researcher

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    Kenneth Valkenburg

    Prostate Cancer Researcher

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