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Journal of Cancer & Metastasis Research

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Leukemia Issue, blood and platelets

Author(s): MacLaine Dio*

Leukemia is a type of blood and bone marrow cancer. Cancer is defined as the uncontrollable proliferation of aberrant cells. Cancer can occur in any part of the body. This rapid, out-of-control development of aberrant cells occurs in the bone marrow of leukemia patients. These aberrant cells subsequently make their way into the bloodstream. Unlike other malignancies, leukemia does not usually create a mass (tumor) that may be detected on imaging tests like X-rays. There are numerous different forms of leukemia. Some are more prevalent in children, while others are more prevalent in adults. Treatment is determined by the type of leukemia you have as well as other factor Each year, approximately 14 new cases of leukemia are diagnosed in the United States for every 100,000 men and women, for a total of 61,000 new cases.

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