This course is designed especially for young graduates of health sciences universities in Southeast Asia interested in different approaches to cancer: public health, epidemiology, clinical, therapeutic, pathology, infectious disease, pharmacology, preventive medicine and vaccinology.
Courses are taught in French, but an understanding of English is required.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
describe the relationships between epidemiological and clinical infections and cancers
describe the role of bacterial, viral and parasitic infectious involved in the process of oncogenesis
describe the techniques of laboratory diagnosis of infectious agents
develop strategies for screening and prevention of cancer caused by infectious agents.