Oncogenes are Associated with

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  • tuberculosis
  • hepatitis
  • cancer
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Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 15th April 2015 in Health & Fitness.
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    Cancer

    An oncogene is a kind of abnormal gene that predisposes cells to cultivate into cancer. The name oncogenes is taken from the Greek onkos, meaning bulk, or mass, coz of the ability to cause tumor develop.

    Cancer is a group of related diseases. There are various types of cancer. It caused by abnormal cells which became out of control.

    Some types of cancer are:
    1. Bone cancer
    2. Brain cancer
    3. breast cancer
    4. Childhood cancer

    Tahir Lecturer Answered on 15th April 2015.
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