What are cancer cells?
A cell is incessantly receiving messages, each from its own genes and from alternative cells. Some tell it to grow and multiply, others tell it to prevent growing and rest, or maybe to die. If there are enough 'grow' messages, future stage of the cell's life starts. in an exceedingly neoplastic cell, the messages to grow could also be altered, or the messages to prevent growing or to die could also be missing. The cell then begins to grow uncontrollably and divide too usually.Every time a traditional cell divides, the ends of its chromosomes become shorter. Once they need worn down, the cell dies and is replaced. Cancer cells cheat this method - they preserve their long chromosomes by regularly adding bits back on. This method permits cancer cells to measure forever.