How is a cancerous cell different from a normal cell?

Differences between cancerous and normal cells are:
Cancerous cell:
1.They lack the property of contact inhibition.
2.Regulation of cell division is disturbed.
3.They do not undergo differentiation.
4.They get transported to other locations and disturb the functions of the body.
Normal cell:
1.They have the property of contact inhibition.
2.Cell division is regulated.
3.They undergo differentiation after attaining a specific growth.
4.These cells remain confined to a specific location.