Breast Cancer Stem Cell

The first cells identified in a solid tumour were Breast cancer stem cells, discovered by U-M scientist Al-Hajj at the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Centre in 2003. Only few cancer stem cells are responsible for the growth and spread of breast cancer. Until cancer stem cells are destroyed, the tumor spreads the malignant cells to other parts of the body, a process called metastasis. Breast malignancy begins when cells in the bosom start to become wild. These cells for the most part shape a tumor that can frequently be seen on an x-beam or felt as a knot. The tumor is dangerous if the cells can develop into encompassing tissues or spread to inaccessible zones of the body. 

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