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Application: Cutting-edge CFD Simulations Take Cancer Research to a New Dimension
Posted Fri July 11, 2008 @02:25PM
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Application By Kara L. Gray,
New Horizon Consulting

Sixteen milliseconds – one-fifth the speed of the blink of an eye – can mean the difference between life and death for millions of people. How can such a miniscule amount of time have such a profound effect on so many? That’s about how long it takes for one infinitesimal cancer cell to adhere to a new location within the body. In as little as a day, a new tumor is born in a phenomenon known as metastasizing.

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