How is mitosis related to cancer
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Deleted account 2 years ago
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Mitosis is closely controlled by the genes inside every cell. They continue to replicate rapidly without the control systems that normal cells have. Cancer cells will form lumps, or tumours, that damage the surrounding tissues.

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hibye12345sh 2 years ago
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Cancer is essentially a disease of mitosis - the normal 'checkpoints' regulating mitosis are ignored or overridden by the cancer cell. Cancer begins when a single cell is transformed, or converted from a normal cell to a cancer cell.

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