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Well lukimea dose not fight germs like white blood cells do

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There is no difference between Leukemia and Cancer. It is because Leukemia is a type of cancer. Leukemia is a cancer of the blood lacking of RBC's (Red Blood cells).


You get leukemia when abnormal of control to such an extent that normal blood cells are unable to develop easily.


The word leukemia comes from the Greek: White Blood Leukemias are the result of an abnormal development of leukocytes (white blood cells) and their precursors. Leukemia cells look different than normal cells and do not function properly.


Leukemia is a form of cancer that affects the blood. If the blood is not normal it cannot carry everything it needs to support the muscles and bones therefore leading to deterioration.


Leukemia is a cancer of the blood and stops the production of healthy B-cells. These deranged, immature cells accumulate in the blood and within organs of the body. They are not able to carry out the normal functions of blood cells.


Leukemia is a cancer of the blood.


Well, leukemia is a blood disease/disorder, so your circulatory system. Leukemia affects your blood.



Leukemia is not a communicable disease Leukemia is only transferable via a blood transfusion, which is highly unlikely as the blood is usually tested for this!


when the blood cells mutate into cancer cells. blood cancer is called leukemia.


you get leukemia when there is too many white blood cells


No. Leukemia is a blood disease.


The normal range for this blood count is between 4500 to 10,000 white blood cells per microliter. A white blood cell count that is above this range can indicate a medical problem, such as leukemia, ovarian cancer, and sepsis.


describe the differences between intravenous fluid and blood


Thalassemia - which affect the red blood cells as oppose to white blood cells in leukemia.


Yes. A diagnosis of Leukemia is a Cancer diagnosis.


The white blood cells are affected by Leukemia.


Leukemia is cancer of the bone marrow and blood.


because leukemia is cancer of the blood :)


Leukemia is the medical term you're looking for.LeukemiaLEUKEMIAThere are many types of cancers of the blood. Here are the scientific terms for a few:LeukemiaMultiple Myeloma (MM)LymphomaMost cancers of the blood affect the body's immunity by affecting the blood's leukocytes (white blood cells).LEUKEMIA



Answering "How often do leukemia patients need blood transfusions?"


Leukemia is basically bad blood cells formed in the bone marrow that do not allow healthy blood to enter the blood stream.


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 against infection. The disease begins when normal development of stem cells into white blood cells goes wrong, creating abnormal white blood cells. These white blood cells are immature that they can't fight viruses like they are suppose to do. Eventually the abnormal white cells overtake other types of blood cells, including red blood cells, which carry oxygen to the body tissues; and platelets, which enable the blood to clot. Leukemia therefore interferes with the blood's ability to clot and carry oxygen.Cells multiply outyou can't catch leukaemia of anyone because it isn't contagious.In most cases of leukemia, there are too many abnormal white blood cells. These leukemia cells crowd out the normal blood cells in your bone marrow and build up in your lymph nodes, liver, and spleen. This makes it hard for your body to fight infections. No one knows what causes leukaemia.i dont no



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