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Cancer cells. Polarised light micrograph of cancerous liver cells. A cell undergoing mitosis (cell division) can be seen (centre). The distribution of DNA (blue), actin (red) and microtubules (green), is shown. The cancer has spread to the liver, a process known as metastasis. Secondary liver cancer is incurable, but life can be prolonged with anti-cancer drugs.
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