Hematologists or Hematologists-Oncologists treat leukemia.
What does a white blood cell count of 41,000 mean in a 76-year old woman with Rheumatoid Arthritis
As leukemia is a type of cancer, it would be an oncologist.
chemotherapy or a bone marrow transplant, both.
eating healthy drink alot of milk and excersize, doctors often say
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
A doctor that specializes in blood, (Hematologist) Will examine the blood using a microscope and run tests. This doctor will then detect specific signs in the blood that point to Leukemia.
I had a friend who had leukemia and he went blind. I believe they said it was a result of the mediations but then they told him it was a result in optic nerve damage from the leukemia. So I'm not sure what actually caused it and I don't think the doctors knew either. Not sure of this helps.
From there parents or other people in the family tree. The Doctors realize it until later reactions occur.
The doctor does a bone marrow transplant which is when they transplant the stem cells are transplanted from a donar from a patient.
He has leukemia and is going o die within 30 days.