Biography of Cancer — summary of a book

Book title
Lung cancer cell. Credit: LRI EM Unit. Source
  1. cancer acquires an autonomous drive to grow and inactivates suppressor genes
  2. it disables pathways and genes that enable cells to die
  3. acquires the capacity to draw its own supply of blood and grow blood vessels around the malignant tissue
  4. acquires the capacity to migrate and colonize other organs

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