SciShow Psych: Why Can't We Figure Out What Causes Chemo Brain?
SciShow Psych

Chemotherapy can make patients much more forgetful than normal, but pinning down the cause of and solution to this phenomenon is an ongoing process.

Decoding Cancer: What is Cancer?
Decoding Cancer

Students will apply their knowledge about cellular structure, function, and cell growth to increase their understanding about the development of cancer at the cellular level.

Decoding Cancer: Getting the Results
Decoding Cancer

Students explore the various diagnostic tools used in breast cancer detection and tracking by building an online directory using wiki technology.

Decoding Cancer: Treatment - Understanding the Pathology
Decoding Cancer

Students will learn how to read pathology reports to interpret results and make conclusions.

Decoding Cancer: Digital Precision Medicine Virtual Lab
Decoding Cancer

In this digital precision medicine lab, students will order tests and examine clinical features of cancers from patients, including gene expression in the cancer and appearance under the microscope, to advise on the best course of treatment.

Decoding Cancer: Risk Reduction
Decoding Cancer

Students will explore risk factors and evaluate the short and long-term consequences of health choices.

Decoding Cancer: Continue the Conversation Family Discussion Guide
Decoding Cancer

Decoding Cancer provides support to parents and caretakers through a family discussion guide.

Decoding Cancer: Cancer Glossary
Decoding Cancer

The Decoding Cancer glossary helps integrate terminology, spoken by doctors and scientists, into the students’ vocabulary to promote greater understanding of concepts, support clear and accurate communication and encourage a scientific approach to cancer-related topics.

DNA Decoded: Targeting Cancer
DNA Decoded

Your students will learn how targeted therapy is changing treatment for cancer patients by using gene sequencing to look for cellular changes, chromosomal abnormalities, and gene mutations.

Outside Podcast: Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?
Outside

Earlier this year, Outside contributing editor Rowan Jacobsen wrote a feature that questioned whether our efforts to avoid skin cancer have caused us to develop an unhealthy relationship with the sun and sunscreen.

Science Vs: Artificial Sweeteners - not so sweet?
Science Vs

We dig into two big questions: Do artificial sweeteners cause cancer, and are they making us fat?