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78% Cancer
 URL: http://pc65.frontier.osrhe.edu/HS/SCIENCE/bcancer.htm
 Summary: Some cells in the intestine divide twice each day, while liver
cells might divide only once
 every 18 months. Over the course of your lifetime, the DNA of a single
gene may be damaged
 several billion times.
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90% Untitled
 URL: http://www.sbga.nethwy.com/research.htm
 Summary: EXCITING RESULTS FROM NEW RESEARCH Daryl Kollman...Febuary
1998
 Recently, the first stage of an extensive research project carried out
at the Royal Victoria Hospital
 in Montreal, Canada produced some remarkable results.
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one.

 90% Lecture Notes for Cell Division
 URL: http://www.anselm.edu/homepage/jpitocch/genbio/mitosisnot.html
 Summary: Lecture Notes for Cell Division. I Cancer - Practical
Applications and Cellular
 Reproduction A) Definition of Cancer 1) neoplasm of proliferating
cells, cell division out of control,
 cells produced are useless, compete with healthy cells for nutrients
and oxygen 2) Benign versus
 malignant a) benign is a sedentary mass of cancerous cells b) malignant
is a moving mass of
 cancerous cells B).
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 86% Reference Guide for VITAMINS
 URL: http://www.realtime.net/anr/vitamins.html
 Summary: sponso red by For FREE email ANR Supplement CATALOG send any
message to
 longlife-catalog@jwp.bc.ca For FREE email Nutritional Reference Guide
send any message to
 longlife-guide@jwp.bc.ca Current Stats:
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 86% Cancer Information Database: WHAT IS CANCER?
 URL: http://www.cancer.org/cidSpecificCancers/melanomaskin/what.html
 Summary: WHAT IS CANCER? nbsp;Cancer is a group of many related
diseases. All forms of
 cancer cause cells in the body to change and grow in an abnormal way.
Normal body cells divide
 and grow in an orderly fashion.
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 86% Cancer Information Database: WHAT IS CANCER?
 URL:
http://www.cancer.org/cidSpecificCancers/cervical/cervixcancer.html
 Summary: After that, normal cells of most tissues divide only to
replace worn-out tissue and to
 repair injuries. Instead, cancer cells invade the blood and
blood-forming organs (spleen, lymphatic
 system, and bone marrow).
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 86% CHEM. 116 ANSWERS
 URL: http://www.usfca.edu/fac-staff/jonest/Chem116answers.html
 Summary: If a cell division occurred on average every 30 days (this
would depend on the
 aggressiveness of the particular tumor, in some people it might be
faster, in some slower), the tumor
 started about 850 days ago. The tumor has been present for several
years before being detected; if
 we could detect it much sooner while it is still small the treatment
would then be less drastic and the
 chances.
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 86% Health Show - Cancer Vaccines
 URL: http://www.tv.cbc.ca/healthshow/pastitem/cancerca.html
 Summary: Original Airdate: Thursday, November 9, 1995 Reporter: Debra
Mathews T
 raditionally, we poison, cut, or burn deadly cancerous cells form our
body. In many cases, it
 works. Lives have been saved by chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.
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 86% Diseases of White Blood Cells
 URL: http://cer.hs.washington.edu/John/diswbc.htm
 Summary: As you might suspect from the number of types of White Blood
Cells, (also known as
 Leukocytes ) and the number of functions, there are many diseases that
involve these cells. The
 term leukemia covers a great number of these diseases and generally
describes cancerous
 conditions where there are too many leukocytes in the blood.


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