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1. In crossing strains known to diner in their tumor rates, the hybrids show in a considerable number of cases a tumor rate corresponding to the parent with a high tumor incidence; in some cases the offspring have the tumor rate of the parent with the low tumor incidence; in certain cases the tumor rate of the offspring is intermediate between those of the(More)
Tumors in general and cancers in particular are tissues growing under special conditions. A comparison between the laws determining tumor and tissue growth will deepen our knowledge of the physiology of tumors as well as of tissues. There exist similarities and analogies in the behavior of both, and there are differences either real or due to a gap in our(More)