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Lead has long been known to damage the epithelial cells lining the body's blood vessels, which increases the likelihood of developing plaques that can then cause a heart attack, said Landrigan.
In petri dishes, however, the toxin damages DNA and triggers cancerous changes in the epithelial cells that give rise to colon cancer.
Lab tests performed by the California Department of of Fish and Wildlife came back over the past week to reveal that epithelial cells from the big cat’s saliva were in the blood drop found near the remote home in the 800 block of Native Sons Road.
Dry AMD is a breakdown or thinning of retinal pigment epithelial cells, which support the light-sensitive cells.
Typically as a woman ages, the epithelial cells in breast disappear and are replaced by fat.
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