Hullo. I was supposed to briefly summarize the cellular effects of cancer. I was wondering if I should add anything to this: "Cancer on the cellular level is really quite simple. What happens, is that the cancer mutation forces cells to rapidly accelerate all steps of their cycle. The greatest increase is for the interphase, during which the protein synthesis for cell reproduction, and DNA replication take place. The four cells of mitosis also accelerate, causing an abnormally fast cell-division process. This is the lethality of cancer. Cancer does not give cells enough time to split the organelles evenly, and even if it does, they are rendered inactive. Not only do the cancerous cells stop working, they also infect cells around them, causing those cells to be rendered inoperative as well." Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.