Stem cell crosstalk with the microenvironment creates a loop of tumor-promoting factors

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What drives tumor growth? Is it a few rogue cells imposing their will upon healthy tissue, or diseased tissue bringing out the worst in otherwise peaceable cells? Or is it a back-and-forth, a dialogue between the two?

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