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Cancerous cells on normal cells?

To understand what cancer is, it is important to first understand how the body’s cells normally work! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Isabella Reply:

    How Do Cancer Cells Differ From Normal Cells in the Body?. Cancer cells are different from normal body cells due to a cancer cell's deviance from normal cell Source:

  2. Louanne Reply:

    Cancer cells are formed when normal cells are damaged and multiply. In the immune system, cancer cells appear as normal cells, so the body’s defenses will not attack them. Source:

  3. Odessa Reply:

    This is the second most common form of skin cancer. Its a non melanoma cancer that looks like a red patch on the skin and should be examined by a dermatologist. Source:

  4. Trish Reply:

    A cancer cell is a cell the has been infected with cancer. It doesn’t react the way a normal cell would. If it moves to another part of your body it doesn’t die. For more information look here:… Source:

  5. Nancie Reply:

    How do chemotherapy drugs interact chemically and I need to have with cancer cells to get? I have to give a rid of the cancerous cells chemistry project tomorrow in class a ba

  6. Merilyn Reply:

    The questions you have posed here are the subject of many books and research on the subject, much too vast to address in this forum! Do some research on your own, and then come back and pose a specific question!Just use a search engine, and concentrate on the sites that have !org or !edu behind them!

  7. Deidra Reply:

    Cancer cells characteristics distinguish them from normal cells. They have abnormal nuclei with many chromosomal irregularities. They form tumors because

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