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Cancerous Stem Cells (w/ Modified Apoptosis)?
I am a freshman in high school, and we are studying stem cells, cancer, etc. Please don't call me out for sounding unintelligent, as I am simply unaware about the rules of cytology.
Why are cytologists not attempting to mutate stem cells into cancerous cells with a modified apoptosis that stops the reproduction when the "artificial" stem cell development finishes repairing the prefixed goal? It seems like that would create at least a temporary solution (until a better cloning system is developed to replace the cancer).
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