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you would most likely die...yeah you would die.....you cant live without your white blood cells
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How do you get leukemia?

You get leukemia when abnormal of control to such an extent that normal blood cells are unable to develop. Leukemia starts in the bone marrow---the soft, spongy material inside bones where blood cells develop from stem cells. Leukemia most often affects the white blood cells, which protect the body (MORE)

What is leukemia?

Leukemia (also spelled Leucamia, or leukaemia) is an umbrella term for cancer of the blood-forming tissues or bone marrow, characterized by the production too many blood cells. While most people associate leukemia with an excessive number of white blood cells, certain forms of the cancer produce too (MORE)

What happens when you become ill with leukemia?

Leukemia is a tough run. Hopefully you have found a good Doctor that you can trust. When leukemia set in and as the balst percentage and White count begin to climb you will start some treatment with Chemotherpy and radiation. Some things that will happen as yoour leukemia grows is: Lower blood count (MORE)

How can you get leukemia?

There are various things known to cause leukemia. Exposure to ionizing radiation is one. Another is certain types of viruses. Certain chemicals, including benzene, can cause it, and so, it seems, can certain types of chemotherapy. There are certain petrochemicals known to have an effect on it. There (MORE)

What happens if you do not treat a broken rib?

Usually, not a lot. I fractured my 6th rib and never knew about it until a routine CXR. There is a slight risk of pneumonia if pain is severe enough to prevent chest expansion and coughing.

What happens if you do not treat a decayed milk tooth and let it fall in its own time?

it may be fine but its more likely that the decayed tooth could cause your child no end of problems. It may rot teeth surrounding it, It may and possibly is giving your child pain, It may effect the tooth below it and if not sorted and removed properly may even stop the tooth behind it appearing mea (MORE)

Where do you get leukemia at?

You don't get it "at" anywhere. It just happens. You can't get it from someone else. It isn't living dormant in some food,,it is an internal physical change in the bone marrow.

How did trick or treating happen?

It began in Ireland in the late 1800's, when children, on All Hallows Eve, would sing songs to the dead in exchange for cakes from willing adults. It was known as "souling", and is still practised in some parts of Ireland and Scotland. Each cake the child collects is symbolic of a soul freed from (MORE)

What happens when you trick or treat for unicef?

It goes to their cause. Its a fundraiser started by United Nations (UN) fund raiser is located in hong kong,canada, and the United states they raise 188 million dollars each year. When trick or treating they give a little orange box to the house for change donations.

Who can get leukemia?

You have a greater risk of developing leukemia if it runs in the family but anyone can get it. It also possible that leukemia can strike you at an early age acute leukemia is a common forms of leukemia for children. I found an article that explains different kinds of leukemia that maybe could hel (MORE)

What happens to a broken thumb if not treated?

Nothing Major. It will just swell a little.. --------------------------------------------------------. It depends how badly it is broken, if the fracture is bad or the bone is coming through the skin, this could be serious......you need your thumb to function properly for the rest of your life - y (MORE)

What happens when your parents treat you badly?

Depends on how you take the treatment and what kind of treatment it is. For instance, if the bad treatment is merely just your parents talking harshly to you or them treating you differently from a sibling, then take it to heart to be fair to your kids. Use it rather than let it get to you. This is (MORE)

What can leukemia do?

Leukemia is Blood Cancer. It can kill you, just like any other cancer, but once you get it, it is very hard to treat.

What happens if you dont treat the Swine Flu in time?

Luckily, the 2009 "Swine Flu" did not turn out to be as debilitating as was initially feared. The symptoms are relatively mild in most people with a small percentage of high risk groups suffering the majority of complications, hospitalizations, and deaths. The death rate is significantly lower than (MORE)

If fracture isn't treated what happens?

If a fracture isn't treated, the bone will still heal, but it maynot heal correctly. The bone may grow together improperly andresult in a crooked or lumpy area. It may also end up being morepainful in the long term than it would have been if it had beenproperly treated.

What happens if you don't treat a fever?

If the fever is not extremely high, it will eventually go away onits own. If it is over 103 degrees Fahrenheit and you do not treatit, it can cause brain damage and damage to other parts of thebody.

How is leukemia treated by cord stem cell?

Cord blood transplant has three phases. Before the transplant, a person undergoes a series of evaluations, preparative procedures and be kept inside a room with filtration system. Just think the person's immune system is restarted before infusing new blood cells inside your system. The recovery peri (MORE)

What happens if you eat dog treats?

Nothing. Depends on the "treat". If it's the usual dog biscuit and other diet is normal, then probably nothing. Although some people may be allergic to some of the additives. Monitor them. If there's a temperature spike or drop, or any sign of respiratory distress, go to your primary care physicia (MORE)

How do you choose a doctor to treat your leukemia?

Choosing your doctor is a very important choice and in order to get the best possible doctor you need to be able to compare your options. Yourcity.MD is a great website for choosing and comparing various doctors. There are patient testimonials, doctor ratings, and much more. It's a great resource an (MORE)

What can leukemia do to you?

Damage to the bone marrow, by way of displacing the normal bone marrow cells with higher numbers of immature white blood cells, results in a lack of blood platelets, which are important in the blood clotting process. This means people with leukemia may easily become bruised, bleed excessively, or de (MORE)

What do you do when you get leukemia?

You must go to a cancer specialist since it is a type of cancer. You will most likely get radiation treatments and hopefully stop it before it can stop you. A lot of times the patient gets bone marrow transplants unless the leukemia relapses.

What can happen if Lyme Disease is not treated?

Lyme Disease affects every system of the human body. There can be severe problems that can occur if Lyme Disease is not treated. One of the worse outcomes of untreated Lyme Disease is paralysis.

Why would the bones be treated for a blood disorder like leukemia?

Our bones contain a substance inside called marrow. Marrow produces blood cells ; both red and white. When a person Has leukemia, their marrow is not producing enough White blood cells to fight off infection as that is the main function of white blood cells. So therefore, the Bones must be treated i (MORE)

What happens if you dont treat anemia?

Hi, I was recently diagnosed with anaemia and as a matter of fact still have it. I hope my answer meets your standard. Before finding this out, I had symptoms like hair loss, dark circles, dizziness and weakness. I was given anaemia tablets and after taking them on a regular basis things got slightl (MORE)

How is leukemia treated in alternative medicine?

Appropriate alternative treatments can help prolong a patient's life or at least improve quality of life, prevent recurrence of tumors or prolong the remission period, and reduce adverse reactions

How is leukemia treated by doctors?

There are two phases of treatment for leukemia. The first phase is called induction therapy. The main aim of the treatment is to reduce the number of leukemic cells

What happens if you don't treat cholera?

There is about 60 % mortality associated with untreated cholera epidemic. It is a surprise, how the 40 % of the patients survive. In one epidemic the Ringer's lactate was not available for the treatment and plane saline was used. There was 33 % mortality in that epidemic.

What can happen if athlete's foot is not treated?

can spread to the soles of the feet and toenails. Stubborn toenail infections may appear at the same time, with crumbling, scaling and thickened nails, and nail loss. The infection can spread further if patients scratch

Which disease can be treated leukemia or anemia?

Anemia isn't a disease, it's something you might get from a number of diseases. It means that you're too low on red blood cells. Sometimes eating foods that are rich in iron is all that is needed. Leukemia is a disease that can be treated.

How can you treat your cat for feline leukemia?

Feline leukemia may be something your cat got from its Parents, or something it gets from other cats. What I reccomend is that you shoul keep your cat away from other animals or pets , if you have any. If your cat is eating grass every now and then, you should consult your vet and get a test done. (MORE)

What will happen if you don't treat autism?

If you look at the original study done by Lovaas, he shows that out of two groups, one treated for autism and the other not of children with austim, 1/3rd of the children treated fully using Early Behavioral Intervention were indistinguishable from their peers. This means that 1/3rd could lead norma (MORE)

Can pregnancy happen after leukemia?

This is something your doctor would have to determine, depending on the drugs used to cure your cancer but in general yes there have been women who have had successful pregnancies following treatment for leukemia.

Can 6-mercaptopurine be used to treat acute leukemia?

Though 6-mercaptopurine(Mercaptopurine, 6-MP or its brand name Purinethol) is not a preferred drug for acute leukemia, but it is used in combination with other medicines as maintenance treatment of this disease. 6-mercaptopurine can extend the remission of the disease and increase the chances of sur (MORE)

What if you have leukemia?

First, if you have been diagnosed by a trained oncologist (a doctor who specializes in cancer treatment), you are undoubtedly afraid or worried. But the good news is that early detection can often produce a positive outcome. Years ago, leukemia (cancer of the blood cells) was considered almost untre (MORE)