The pictures illustrate inflamed tissue, infiltrated by a tumor (black), that is being attacked by cells of the adaptive immune system (blue). Tumors can be considered the most complex group of human diseases, causing the death of up to a quarter of populations worldwide. Benign tumors grow slowly and bulge or displace, but do not invade local vessels or adjacent organs. In contrast, malignant types of tumors are extremely serious because they commonly grow rapidly, as well as frequently and destroy adjacent structures, including blood vessels and lymphatic vessels.
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