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 In which ways cancer cells are different to normal cells?

Answer they don't respond to inhibiting stimulation signals
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How Do Cancer Cells Differ From Normal Cells in the Body?

Cancer cells are different from normal body cells due to a cancer cell's deviance from normal cell reproduction. Normal cells know when to stop reproducing. A cancer cell will continue to multiply ... Read More »
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If one has found precancerous cells and has them removed is this a pre-existing condition if that person gets the precancerous cells again or even cancer when switching jobs?

Answer In CA:If you're with an employer group - no problem - groups of 2 or more are guaranteed issue and the time you spent on one plan counts towards any waiting periods on a new plan.If an indiv... Read More »
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Anybody tell me how to copy cells automatically in MS excel just by selecting cells by arrow key?

I am not sure why you would want to alter the typical functioning of the arrow keys, it would not be a wise decision. There are many shortcut key combinations of selecting cells within MS-Excel: ... Read More »
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Can Excel 2003 display the count of the cells and also sum of the cells together in status bar ?

From what I am aware of, not in the normal everyday way. From version 2003 or earlier, you may only see one of the aggregate values at a time in the Status Bar area, by right-clicking and choosing... Read More »
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