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WHY DOESN’T EVERYONE HAVE CANCER? THE DNA-DAMAGE RESPONSE

Majid Ali, M.D. The human body has an estimated 50 to trillion cells in the body. All cells containing DNA are vulnerable to DNA-altering stresses. So, why doesn’t everyone have cancer? That is a legitimate question given the vulnerability of trillions of cells susceptible to gene mutations that could spark uncontrolled cell proliferation and clinical cancers. It has long been

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