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    Essay On Cervical Cancer

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    discuss the causes, symptoms, risk factors and treatments. The development from your parents is what people inherit and the DNA that is divided by parents are oncogenes. However, the slower cell division that we may inherit may die are called tumor suppressor genes. Women may have a higher risk then men and HPV causes the gene mutation. Early cervical cancer and pre-cancers usually have no symptoms, until they become invisible and grows into nearby tissue. These symptoms may include, “abnormal…

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    islands throughout the pacific killing of the males of the population. The females of the population would not be affected however, they acted as a carrier, infecting the males during intercourse. Luckily, some of the males of H. bolina possessed suppressor genes which prevented their deaths, allowing the population to restore its sex ratio. The bacteria’s extreme prevalence allowed for this fast evolutionary change among the host. During suppression wBol1, manages to maintain itself by creating…

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    passed down by parents, family, or developed over time in your body. A person who has this gene can be called a brca1/2 carrier. Your risk of developing cancer increases dramatically from these genes. This belongs to a class of genes called tumor suppressors, which help keep breast, ovarian, and other types of cells from growing and dividing too rapidly. (Bravely,…

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    'Barr': A Short Story

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    ''Barr-'' Started Joe, softly, all anger dissipated now. What are you supposed to say when you learn your son tried to take his own life? Everyone in the room felt the same, what do you say in this situation? Was Barry still feeling urges to hurt himself, even if he was out? Especially adding up now on his conscious everything he did as The Ghost. ''You don't understand how it was like in there.'' Added Barry, sensing the tension in the room. He needed them to understand, even if deep down,…

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    Pancreatic Cancer Essay

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    cancer, but there are risk factors. Certain factors damage the DNA in the body. DNA being the chemical in our cells carrying genes. Some genes can cause cells to slow down and die at the right time which are tumor suppressor genes. DNA mutations can turn on oncogenes or turn off tumor suppressor genes. Gene mutations are usually inherited, therefore it is always important to watch out for diseases that are present in family…

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    Functional E6-AP promotes the ubiquitylation of tumor suppressor proteins such as p53 and p27 and regulates cellular proliferation and growth. E6-AP also plays a significant role in the clearance of mutant misfolded proteins linked with various neurodegenerative diseases. (B) Mahogunin functions as a RING finger…

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    Response To Hypoxia

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    tumors resulting from a poor oxygen supply delivery owing to excessive cellular proliferation and abnormal vascular architecture. Under these circumstances, cancer cells develop a series of responses in order to adapt to hypoxic conditions. The tumor suppressor p53 has been shown to mediate the cellular response to hypoxia depending on many contexts including cell type, duration and severity of hypoxic exposure. The sphingolipid ceramide, similar to p53, is involved in various growth suppressive…

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    grains are a risk factor for liver cancer. Aflatoxin B1 is made by Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus Long term use of food products contaminated with this chemical can damage the liver cell’s DNA. Aflatoxin B1 damages the TP53 tumour suppressor gene which is a gene that controls cell division. This damage causes uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells which will develop into cancer (American Cancer Society, 2014). Some patients that has certain inherited metabolic disease is at a…

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    Gene Therapy & Cancer Cells Gene therapy is often defined as a treatment that uses genes to cure or prevent diseases. Genes, DNA, and protein are all involved with each other, therefore, in many immune diseases, if one fails your whole immune system could eventually fail. This treatment is relatively new; hence it is still a pretty risky experimentation since it involves getting genes into cancer cells. Gene Therapy is often involved in serious cancer cell treatments; its main purpose is to try…

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    Cancer refers to several diseases that the involve uncontrolled growth of mutated cells in the body. Normally, cells grow and divide based on signals and the body’s needs, and new cells replace old or damaged cells. However, cancer is able to develop when cell signaling is interrupted. The old cells stop dying and instead form new abnormal cells, possibly resulting in a tumor. Cancerous cells are malignant, which means they can invade nearby tissue, and can potentially metastasize and spread to…

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