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Latest evidence, myths, and controversies

About the module

8 minutes long


Includes a final quiz

Includes links to references

About the lecturer

Dr Mangesh Thorat

Cancer Surgeon and Scientist at the Centre for Cancer Prevention at Queen Mary University of London, and at the Cancer Prevention Trials Unit at King’s College London and Guy’s Hospital, London, United Kingdom

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize which infections other than Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) are associated with cancer.
  • Cite the magnitude of the problem: number of cancers caused by non-HBV/HPV infections in Europe.
  • Describe the available measures to prevent cancers associated with these infections.

This module is part of a comprehensive online learning curriculum on the latest evidence, myths, and controversies on cancer prevention.

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The module

Latest evidence, myths, and controversies – 11B. Infections

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