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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.
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