The elaboration of a critical framework for understanding cancer: the cancer stem cell hypothesis
The cancer stem cell hypothesis suggests that malignant tumours may arise from a limited number of specialised cells possessing the key 'stem' properties of self-renewal and the ability to produce differentiated progeny. Such cells purportedly constitute
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