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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceSpecial Education · 1 year ago

Can an adult in their 30s be terminally ill with acute myeloid leukemia? Or is it always super treatable?

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  • Pippin
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    1 year ago
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    Unfortunately, AML is one of the less treatable types of leukemia. So yes, an adult in his or her 30's could have it and be terminal. 5 year survival among adults in only about 25%.

  • 1 year ago

    of course they can be terminally ill.

    EVERYONE dies. some younger than others. AND some, no matter what they have thats treatable, will die anyway.

    Imagine if no one died.

    Ever.

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