Overview

  1. Acute Basophilic Leukemia in Children

    Acute basophilic leukemia (ABL) is a rare type of acute leukemia. In ABL, the abnormal white blood cells that are being overproduced are the basophils. Basophils are the rarest type of white blood cell.

  2. Acute Eosinophilic Leukemia

    Eosinophilic leukemia is a disorder in which too many white blood cells, known as eosinophils, are produced in the blood, bone marrow, and other tissues of the body.

  3. AIDS-Related Lymphoma in Children

    AIDS-related lymphoma is a type of cancer that develops in people with AIDS. AIDS is a disease that weakens the immune system and raises the risk for chronic illnesses such as cancer.

  4. Cancer Caused by Chemotherapy or Radiation

    the likelihood of chemotherapy or radiation treatment causing a second cancer is rare. Nevertheless, cancer can occur in some instances, so it’s important to be aware of the potential risks involved before undergoing these cancer treatments.

  5. Facts About Blood

    Detailed information on blood, including components of blood, functions of blood cells and common hematology tests

  6. Leukemia Introduction
  7. Leukemia Prevention
  8. Leukemia Risk Factors
  9. Leukemia Screening/Early Detection
  10. Leukemia Statistics
  11. Leukemia Symptoms
  12. Overview of Leukemias

    Detailed overview of leukemia, including types, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment

  13. What Happens to Your Blood When You Have Leukemia
  14. Where to Find Support for Leukemia

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