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How is a cancer cell different from a normal cell?

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Normal cell  Cancer Cell
Normal cells stop growing when enough cell are produced. Cancer cells continue to grow after enough cells causing the formation of tumour.
Normal cells respond to the signals from other and stop growing Cancer cells do not respond to the signals from other cells.
Normal cells repair themselves or die if they are not healthy. Cancer cells do not repair themselves when they are old or damaged.

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