The journey of a healthy cell through oncogenesis and tumorigenesis involves the activation and inactivation of numerous mechanisms and processes – acute and chronic, cellular and systemic. Understanding how cancer alters physiological homeostasis and hijacks integral innate mechanisms for its own benefit is critical to the conception and development of novel therapeutic strategies against the disease.
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