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How Many Cells Must a Cancer Have to Be Able to Be Discovered?

How Many Cells Must a Cancer Have to Be Able to Be Discovered?




Tumours do not form overnight. Quite the opposite. They grow slowly in the body, taking an average of about 20 years to develop. The problem: diagnostic methods detect cancer only when about one billion mutated cells have formed. This means a person diagnosed at the age of 58 will have actually been sick since their late thirties.

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