The internet has a number of websites offering good web-based e-learning. Consider furthering your education by visiting and making good use of them.
- Cancer Information Support Network
If you want a more structured approach to your learning about cancer in general, CLL specifically, or related topics, the Cancer Information Support Network offers very good web-based e-learning resources on cancer research.
- Learn.Genetics. If you want to learn more about genetics, epigenetics, cells, and cell therapy, consider exploring the resources offered on the University of Utah’s Learn.Genetics website.
CISN: Web-based e-Learning on Cancer Research
The Cancer Information Support Network (CISN) offers certified web-based training for patients, advocates and medical professionals who want to better understand cancer research.
Each section will require one to two hours to read while each quiz will take forty-five minutes to and hour. No previous background is assumed, and each sub-section can be read individually. → More…
Following are links to selected resources at Learn.Genetics. Be sure to explore the L.G website for even more great educational resources.
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