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Could we tell that cancerous cells behave that way because-of their genetic machinery is work in a “primitive” way like Amoeba?

Could we tell that cancerous cells behave that way because-of their genetic machinery is work in a “primitive” way like Amoeba?


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Amoeba sp. is unicellular, so can't form a tissue. It need not go through any apoptosis. It just continuously get doubled.

Could we compare them with cancer-cells?

or in-reverse,

could we tell that cancer-cells are a sort of mutated cell, that is behaving like Amoeba, or behaving in a primitive manner, and lost its later-upgrades?

It seemed to me when I came to know that, mutation in many possible, separate genes, can cause mutation (probably that's why all environmental articles about different mutagens lead to the same disease… cancer). So I was wondering about there could be a common-cause behind all these cancers… which maybe a loss in all latter-upgrades.