[Get Answer] How do changes in endothelial and immune cellfunction contribute to cancer?

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1. Genes involved in cell cycle activity/survival
are mutated to contribute to the development of cancer. Name the two categories of genes related to
cell division that are mutated and how mutations affect their function and lead
to cancer.

2. How do changes in endothelial and immune cell
function contribute to cancer?

3. Name two carcinogens and how each contributes
to a specific type of cancer. Include
information on how they act as carcinogens.

4. Humans are diploid organisms. What does this
mean, and how does this help prevent cancer when a gene is mutated? Provide an example in your response.

5. How can active transport activity by cells
contribute to cancer?

6. How is it that changes in membrane fluidity
can lead to tumor development?

7. What type of standard treatment should be used
for metastatic adenocarcinoma? Explain
your response.

8. What type of secondary/alternative treatment
strategy should be used for treatment against hemangioma? Explain your response.

9. Assume that two individuals (A and B) develop
the same type of cancer. Both individuals are given the best treatment found to
be effective against cancer. Individual A responds well to treatment, while
individual B does not. Using what you have learned, provide a specific type of
cancer and an explanation for why there was a difference in response to
treatment.

10. Name a type of virus that causes cancer and
explain how it works. Include the type
of cancer it causes in your response.

11. Genetic instability is the accumulation of DNA
mutations, especially in cancer cells. How is genetic instability prevented in
healthy cells?

13. Name a type of bacteria that causes cancer and
explain how it works. Include the type
of cancer it causes in your response.

14. Why does it make sense that the majority of
cancers are non-hereditary?

15. What genetic profiling method do you think is
best in identifying genes related to cancer?
Include an explanation of why this method is better than other methods.

16. Which cancer screening method is best? Explain the type of cancer(s) it detects and
why it is better than other methods.

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