Tumour heterogeneity describes differences between tumours of the same type in different patients, and between cancer cells within a tumour. Both can lead to different responses to therapy. Genetic and epigenetic differences between cancer cells within a tumour might explain why some tumour cells remain present in the patient after cancer treatment has finished.
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