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Tumourigenic transformation of normal cells into cancer typically involves several steps resulting in acquisition of unlimited growth potential, evasion of apoptosis and non-responsiveness to growth inhibitory signals. Both genetic and epigenetic changes can contribute to cancer development and progression. Given the vast genetic heterogeneity of human(More)
With the growth of aging populations in both developed and developing countries and the increase of noncommunicable disease, the contradiction between increasing healthcare demands and the shortage of medical specialists have become more and more serious. Wearable personal health devices (PHDs) provide a good solution to this problem. But due to the(More)
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