Cancer Cells

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Assessment for End of the Year Assignment

  • 1
    Cancer is the uncontrolled growth and division of cells that can lead to a tumor. Cells will keep growing and dividing, even if your body does not necessarily need them.
  • 2
    Cancer cells are NOT in a rapid state of cell division.
  • 3
    Cancer cells spend much more time in interphase.
  • 4
    The cells change into a flexible, gripping structure. This is different than the cells in the body.
  • 5
    Ultraviolet light causes DNA to be mutated.
  • 6
    X-rays do not cause mutations.
  • 7
    An autopsy is performed to analyze the tumor that was found to be potentially cancerous.
  • 8
    Tumors are a cluster of cells going through uncontrolled cell division and mitosis.
  • 9
    Powerful drugs are pumped into the bloodstream during chemotherapy.
  • 10
    Doctors do not prefer surgery because it can harm the patient very badly.

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