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11 October, 01:49

A client has been diagnosed with cancer that was a result of dysfunctional apoptosis. The health care provider explains the process to the multidisciplinary client care team. Select the best explanation.

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  1. 11 October, 03:37
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    It allows for DNA-damaged cells to survive.

    Explanation:

    Cancer may be defined as the process of uncontrolled cell division that results in uncontrolled cell growth. Different types of cancer are sarcoma, carcinoma and leukemia.

    The apoptosis process shows the programmed cell death of the old cells and cells that are not normal. The default apoptosis results in the cell survival and the cells that have mutated DNA. These mutated cells grows continuously and result in the cancer.

    Thus, the answer is it allows for DNA-damaged cells to survive.
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