Tag Archives: cancer cells

Is it Darwin or intelligent design?

Cancer cells are said to have evolved, by microevolution –Darwinian style of course- from all these “random mutations” in the genome, which they are calling damage or errors in copying, something which is supported by Darwinian evolutionary theory, if the … Continue reading

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Immune system cells help cancer cells in and out of the bloodstream

Post title at diabetesdaily.com/was: In the blood stream immune system cells help travel, “stop” at the right location and exit. In the bloodstream immune system cells help the cancer cells survive and accompany the cancer cells a “run and chase … Continue reading

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Cancer is not just a mass of cancer cells

A tumor resembles an organ in that it has many specialized cells, i.e., a large number of different genetic signatures and it includes stromal cells, as found in all organs, which provide a foundation and which have a variety of … Continue reading

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Metastasis.. cancer cells and immune system cells working together

For a cell to move out of a tissue and enter the blood stream, in the very least case, tissue permeability is a necessary condition. That means the surround cells “drop hands” in a sense (breach of cell-cell interactions) and … Continue reading

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