What is leukemia???????

What ate the characteristics and symptoms, what causes this disease, and how can you detect this disease. Thanks.!

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  • 8 years ago
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    Cancer of the blood. There are a couple different types of Leukemia, but in general they cause a person's bone marrow to produce too many white blood cells. These white blood cells aren't like regular white blood cells; they're immature and don't work right.

    Doctors don't know what causes Leukemia.

    And you can detect Leukemia by getting your blood tested. That's the only way you can see if your body is making too many white blood cells or not. Some symptoms would be easy bruising, fever, night sweats, bone/joint pain, fatigue, weakness, unintentional weight loss, etc.

  • gonser
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    4 years ago

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  • 8 years ago

    There is this thing called a search engine, Google has one , Yahoo search is also very good.

    Try typing leukemia into the search box and you will be amazed at the information that will be accessable to you.

    It's called "research".

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Cancer in the blood, Thats all i know.

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