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Published on Jun 24, 2008
A the age of three, Kyle Rattray developed a rare child-onset cancer of the kidney called Wilm's tumor. The experience, which he survived, has directed his life to cancer research. Today, Kyle is a sophomore at MIT, taking biology from Professor Eric Lander and working on a research project in Professor David Housman's lab -- research aimed at cancer.
All 50 Secrets of the Sequence videos have an accompanying classroom-tested lesson that encourages students to further explore the video topics. Each lesson includes background information, state and national science standards, discussion questions and answers, teacher notes and an activity that will ensure a hands-on, "minds-on" experience. To see lessons for this series, visit http://www.pubinfo.vcu.edu/secretsoft....