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How Does Chemotherapy Treat Breast Cancer?
Cancer treatments sure have changed over the years. A short video focuses on current and historical treatments for breast cancer. It covers surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, targeted therapies, and hormone therapies.
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- Have groups research treatments for different types of cancer and share with the class
- If available and willing, invite a breast cancer survivor to give a talk about the experience
- Note that the video declares that it is breast cancer awareness month, as the video was uploaded in October; this may or may not be the case when pupils watch the video
- Thorough explanations make the concept clear
- Well-paced video
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