A normal cell usually dies after serving its purpose, but a cancerous cell is somehow able to escape the system and becomes immortal. All this happens because of series of genetic changes resulting into uncontrolled growth. A multicellular organism can thrive only when it’s all cells are functioning properly and are regulated by checkpoints. Researchers are now focussing on how to bring back cancerous cells under checkpoint controls and lot of efforts have been put in finding anticancer molecules.
Related Journals of Cancer Biology
Cancer Biology and Therapeutic Oncology, Archives in Cancer Research, Cancer Biology & Therapy, Cancer Biology & Medicine, American Journal of Cancer Biology