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Cancer cells. Computer illustration of a cancer cell. Most cells of the body have the potential to become cancerous. Cancer cells divide rapidly in a chaotic manner and often clump together to form tumours, which may invade and destroy surrounding tissues. These cells have extended many thread-like cytoplasmic processes from their surfaces. (Photo by: SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY via AP Images)

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January 01, 2018 08:04:34 PM
January 02, 2018 01:05:22 AM
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Cancer cells, illustration
Cell biology, Biology, Science, Cancer, Diseases and conditions, Health
ARTWORK, BIOLOGICAL, BIOLOGY, BREAST, CANCER, CANCEROUS, CELL, CELLS, CELLULAR, PROCESSES, CERVICAL, CGI, CONDITION, CYTOPLASMIC, PROCESS, DIGITALLY, GENERATED, DISEASE, DISORDER, GRAPHIC, ILLUSTRATION, MEDICAL, MEDICINE, MICROBIOLOGICAL, MICROBIOLOGY, ONCOLOGICAL, ONCOLOGY, PATHOLOGICAL, PATHOLOGY, PROJECTION, PROJECTIONS
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