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Register for The Cancer Experience course, Spring 2020, all majors (ICC Social Sciences) Identities & Mind, Body, Spirit themes

Contributed by Laura Morse on 11/19/19 

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The Cancer Experience- Elective being offered to all majors by the Occupational Therapy department

This is a three-credit elective (ICC Social Sciences; Identities & Mind, Body, Spirit themes) open to students in all majors in the spring semester.

The Cancer Experience (OTBS 21000) is a three-credit elective course offered through the Department of Occupational Therapy. Students from all majors and schools are welcome, especially those who have been personally affected by cancer. (ICC Social Sciences; Identities & Mind, Body, Spirit themes)

The topic of cancer will be approached from a variety of perspectives: those of the patient, survivor, family member, health professional and others.  Through lectures, discussions, readings, and guest speakers, the student will learn about the different types of cancer, treatments, causes, history, current developments, cancer in other cultures and more. 

The course will meet the Spring 2020 semester, Tuesday evenings from 6-8:30. 

For more information, contact Professor Laura Morse (lmorse@ithaca.edu). 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Laura Morse at lmorse@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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