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How cancer cells move in our bodies

A group of cells migrating to a wounded area to repair it and a pack of cancer cells invading healthy tissues have something in common: they move in similar ways. Most of all, their moving behavior shows some resemblance with that of groups of animals and even humans, as well as that of inanimate objects.
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