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By ignoring a checkpoint in the cell cycle, a cancer cell may:
a. Divide after mutations are fixed
b. Divide before its DNA is completely replicated
c. Condense its chromosomes before mitosis
d. Align chromosomes on the equator of the cell during metaphase
e. Pull chromosomes apart during anaphase
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