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Are there any types of cancer that cause neurons to divide?
After birth neurons generally do not divide. But is there any specific type of rare cancer or tumour where neurons divide? And if there is such a cancer, then how is it possible for a neuron to regain ...
Oct 28 '13 at 14:44
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