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ABSTRACT. The main cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide has been represented by cardiovascular diseases for many years. But cancer now claims that position. In the human organism, built up by trillions of cells that act together in a coordinated manner, cancer cells represent a medical mutiny. A mutiny that is meant to give a different order, yielding cells that are more competitive in the battle for survival than the ones they have derived from. This new army of cells has the capacity to multiply and invade upon healthy tissues in order to give their own order, convincing the body cells to change their original organization and to meet the requirements of cancer cells. pp. 182–186

Keywords: cancer; DNA repair; cancer cell properties

RALUCA STANESCU
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Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine, Iasi
GABRIELA BORDEIANU
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Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine, Iasi
ELENA PETRESCU DANILA
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Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine; Iasi

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