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A Real-Life Picture of the Origin of a Tumor

DOI: 10.4236/abb.2018.98024, PP. 373-377

Keywords: Tumor Development, Cancer, Breast Cancer, Cell Division

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This paper provides an explicit representation of malignant cell division. To put this in perspective, the paper also provides a summary review of cellular division and duplication. Finally, a theory of tumor/cancer initiation following carcinogenic exposure is presented.


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