How cancer cells can become immortal new research finds a mutated gene that helps melanoma defeat the normal limits on repeated replication...

KRQE | 2022-11-13 14:15 UTC

(THE CONVERSATION) A defining characteristic of cancer cells is their immortality. Usually, normal cells are limited in the number of times they can divide before they stop growing. Cancer cells, however, can overcome this limitation to form tumors and by

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