Learn To Beat Cancer provides education and research opportunities for middle school students, their families and teachers. This program focuses on engaging Cleveland area middle school students, their families and teachers in exciting active learning, hands-on participatory education programs to increase their knowledge about cancer, introduce them to strategies for risk reduction and disparity elimination, and excite them about the possibility of pursuing careers in cancer research.
Students will participate in series of successive workshops designed to sequentially introduce cancer to students over three years of middle school and initiate their pursuit of careers in cancer research. Students in their 8th-grade year will have the opportunity to engage in a capstone research project.
2021 Session Information
Sessions will be on Saturdays 11:00 AM-12:00 PM beginning in February.
February 13: What is Cancer?
February 20: Cancer Prevention
February 27: Cancer Disparities
March 20: Breast Cancer and Treatment
March 27: Colon Cancer
April 10: Lung Cancer
April 17: Blood Cancers
April 24: Skin Cancers
May 1: Advanced Treatment Options
New students are welcome to participate. For more information contact Nathan Berger, MD (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rachel Perovsek (email@example.com) for details.