CAncer rEproduction IƱaki Gusque Gil

In our body...

We have millions of cells, which joins to make tissues and this one to make organs.

Cells reproduce ...

Cells begin to separate creating new cells by a process called mitosis, and some cells like blood cells, skin cells and some other never stop reproducing, nevertheless after the "growing" stage, some stop to reproduce.

What happens in cancer cells...

Rhe cancer cells never stop reproducing and that is why the tumors ... they never stop reproducing because they don't receive the siganl from other cells to stop growing.


Cancer cells can't make the DNA repair process so this leads to more problems during reproduction of the cancer cells.


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