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Cancer begins in your cells, which are the building blocks of your body. Normally, your body forms new cells as you need them, replacing old cells that die. Sometimes this process goes wrong. New cells grow even when you don't need them, and old cells don't die when they should. These extra cells can form a mass called a tumor. Tumors can be benign or malignant. Benign tumors aren't cancer while malignant ones are. Cells from malignant tumors can invade nearby tissues. They can also break away and spread to other parts of the body.
The Hidden Link Between Cell Membrane Damage and Cellular Senescence Revealed

The Hidden Link Between Cell Membrane Damage and Cellular Senescence Revealed

Novel Antibiotic Discovery: Harnessing Energy Compounds to Combat Bacterial Infections

Novel Antibiotic Discovery: Harnessing Energy Compounds to Combat Bacterial Infections

Retrotransposon-Based PRINT Technique Holds Potential for Precise Gene Insertion

Retrotransposon-Based PRINT Technique Holds Potential for Precise Gene Insertion

Mechanism of Cancer Drug Targeting Tumor Suppressor Genes Unveiled

Mechanism of Cancer Drug Targeting Tumor Suppressor Genes Unveiled

Overlooked Sequence in Immunology Protein Holds Promise for New Autoimmune Therapies

Overlooked Sequence in Immunology Protein Holds Promise for New Autoimmune Therapies

Study Reveals Gut Microbiome's Influence on Premature Aging in Chronic HIV Patients

Study Reveals Gut Microbiome's Influence on Premature Aging in Chronic HIV Patients

ENPICOM Partners With Erasmus University Medical Center in Groundbreaking Effort to Discover Nanobodies Against Cancer

ENPICOM Partners With Erasmus University Medical Center in Groundbreaking Effort to Discover Nanobodies Against Cancer

Telomerase's Double-Edged Sword: Preventing DNA Repair Mishaps

Telomerase's Double-Edged Sword: Preventing DNA Repair Mishaps

Rare Lipid Identified as Key Driver of Ferroptosis

Rare Lipid Identified as Key Driver of Ferroptosis

Mayo Clinic Researchers Analyze Zombie Cells to Explain Aging

Mayo Clinic Researchers Analyze Zombie Cells to Explain Aging

Researchers Identify Genes Linked to Genomic Instability and DNA Damage

Researchers Identify Genes Linked to Genomic Instability and DNA Damage

New Understanding of DNA Damage and Disease Risk

New Understanding of DNA Damage and Disease Risk

ReSisTrace: Unveiling Pre-Existing Treatment Resistance in Cancer Cells

ReSisTrace: Unveiling Pre-Existing Treatment Resistance in Cancer Cells

The Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies for Neonatal Herpes

The Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies for Neonatal Herpes

Unlocking RNA Secrets: New Method Exposes Gene Expression's Hidden Hurdles

Unlocking RNA Secrets: New Method Exposes Gene Expression's Hidden Hurdles

New Research Sheds Light on Divergent Roles of Paralogous RNA Helicases

New Research Sheds Light on Divergent Roles of Paralogous RNA Helicases

Safer and More Effective Cell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injuries

Safer and More Effective Cell Therapy for Spinal Cord Injuries

ELRIG UK Announces Steve Bates and Dr Anderson Ryan as Keynote Speakers at Research and Innovation 2024

ELRIG UK Announces Steve Bates and Dr Anderson Ryan as Keynote Speakers at Research and Innovation 2024

Study Suggests a Link Between DNA Methylation Disorder and Epigenetic Clocks

Study Suggests a Link Between DNA Methylation Disorder and Epigenetic Clocks

From Lab Trials to Clinical Studies - Integrin αV's Role in Cancer Prognosis

From Lab Trials to Clinical Studies - Integrin αV's Role in Cancer Prognosis