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How is a cancerous cell different from a normal cell?

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Normal cells show the property of contact inhibition. Therefore, when these cells come into contact with other cells, they stop dividing.

Cancerous cells lack the property of contact inhibition. Therefore, they continue to divide, thereby forming a mass of cells or tumor. 
They undergo differentiation after attaining a specific growthThey do not undergo differentiation. 

These cells remain confined at a particular location.

These cells do not remain confined at a particular location. They move into neighboring tissues and disturb its function 

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