Well im not a scientist or anything but i know its something to do with the uncontrolled growth of cells. its like... your bodys cells make copies of themselves. that's the reason you sometimes get a tumor...is because there are cells where they shouldn't be growing things that shouldn't be there. Some cancers.. like leukemia usually don't form tumors these cancer cells involve the blood and blood-forming organs and circulate through other tissues where they grow. maybe something you don't want to know but we all have cancerous cells inside of us. our body recognizes them and fights them off though...usually
What does the cell cycle have to do with cancer?
If the cell cycle is not controlled, then there is uncontrollable cell growth. That is what cancer is.
Cancer has a chaotic effect on the cell cycle. Cancer typically makes cells reproduce quickly and in an out of control manner.
what can cause the cell cycle to be uncontrolled is that if a pathogen gets into the cell the cell will turn into a cancer cell and that will make the cell cycle uncontrolledif your cell turns into a cancer cell then you will have cancer cells reproducing faster than a normal cell(a normal cell is supposed to reproduce every 22 hour's a cancer cell reproduces every 10 hours)
Because cancer cells exhibit uncontrolled cell proliferation and constantly progress through the cell cycle when they should not.
Because cancer cells are able to skip the cell cycle checkpoints that are in place to ensure proper cell division.
skin cancer (any cancer for that matter) is when the cell cycle becomes completely unregulated and only performs cell division without its normal cell functions.
Skin cancer (any cancer for that matter) is when the cell cycle becomes completely unregulated and only performs cell division without its normal cell functions.
The cell cycle goes out of control and cancer develops.