A big thanks to John Hopkins University for this course the faculty of this university is one of the best faculty i have ever seen all things are much clear and confidential.\n\nOnce again Thanks.
Good course, but why researchers whant to hold/control cancer in a human and not rebuild the destroyed mechanisms of autoregul;ation by genetic engeneering for example? That would be true cure.
par H. M I A•
It was a well designed course which helped me to understand cancer metastasis and associated risks. This course was very helpful and easy to understand.
par Harini S•
Wonderful for learning the basics of how cancer forms in the body and how it affects the patient. Also, the course highlights the areas under research.
par João V d J F•
As a medical student in Brazil, I can say that I am really happy with the opportunity to learn more about cancer metastasis with excellent professors.
par AMMARAH B S•
This course has enable me to understand what the cancer actually is. I thank researchers and coursera for making this course so easier to understand.
par Sanjana A•
Thoroughly enjoyed the course. Loved the explanations. Looking forward to more Cancer Biology courses from your University and laboratory. Thank you!
par KALE A R•
Enjoyed studying with Coursera . It was a wonderful experience to be learning something new and informative with you all . Thank you all . Regards.
This course has been well planned and the content was delivered very effectively . Looking forward to do more courses by Brady School of Medicine .
par Shashidhar G•
Very good course and liked the way information presented however speech recognition quality could have been better... Please take care.. Thank you
par GIRISH S H•
Wow thank you, Johns Hopkins, for understanding this volatile subject of Cancer Metastasis in a lucid manner, A big thank you to all instructors.
par Shaimaa A A•
unique content and method of teaching
thank you for this course instructors especially Dr.Kenneth
, i hope to get more courses designed by them
par Alekya V•
This course really helped me gain a better understanding of cancer dissemination / progression, and I'm now even more interested in the field!
informative and inspiring. I learned plenty of useful and profound knowledge that can help me a lot in pursing of my future study and career.
par Miftah U M•
This is a very helpful course to understand cancer metastasis. Instructors are interactive as well. Enjoyed this course and it motivated me.
par SHREYA R•
It was a very informaative course and I was really enthustiastic to learn more about cancers.This course will really be useful .Thank you.
par Aishik S•
This course is very helpful and gives an idea about cancer and thanks to renowned teachers who gave a fine knowledge and clarify my doubts
par Rachana R D•
Very precise and well explained. It was an honour learning through great speakers from John Hopkin's University. Thank you for your time.
par FILIPPO T•
I would like to express my congratulations on organizing the course. The course is very informative, clear and precise.
par Durgempudi V R•
Best intermediate-level course on cancer biology. Please add a few more advanced-level courses on cancer biology. Thank you, Coursera!
par Sylvia W•
Excellent, very clear explanation, full and detailed, without ever talking down to a non-clinical, non-scientifically trained student.
par Mapi L P•
El curso fue muy claro, se mencionaron cosas básicas para poder comprender el resto de información, se entendió claramente cada tema.
par Elsa N J•
The lectures were interesting and understanding more about cancer metastasis. Thank you so much for all the faculties who helped me.
par CHANDANA K V•
This course was really helpful for me as it gave me the knowledge of what basic understanding one should have on cancer metastasis.
par SADHANA S•
learning this course was interesting.it was very easy and simple for understanding. Thank you for all the people behind this course
Participating this course was quite joyful and helpful for a brief understanding some essential knowledge in cancer research area.