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Two genetic hits (more or less) to cancer

A G Knudson
Nature Reviews. Cancer 2001, 1 (2): 157-62
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Most cancers have many chromosomal abnormalities, both in number and in structure, whereas some show only a single aberration. In the era before molecular biology, cancer researchers, studying both human and animal cancers, proposed that a small number of events was needed for carcinogenesis. Evidence from the recent molecular era also indicates that cancers can arise from small numbers of events that affect common cell birth and death processes.

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