Leukemia - Blood Cancer
Fever and chills
Frequent and unexplained bleeding
Red spots on the skin
Bone and joint pain
Abdominal symptoms like stomach ache and bloating
Quick weight loss
Swollen nymph nodes
High exposure to radiation and radiation therapy
Exposure to Benzene and other chemicals.
Genetic and inherited conditions.
More about Treatment
Leukemia is defined as the “cancer of the body’s blood-forming tissues.” The disease most commonly affects white blood cells, which mutate and become cancerous. These cells are are primarily produced in the bone marrow, but certain types are also made in the lymph nodes, spleen and thymus gland.
Treatment method depends on the progress of the disease, its severity and manifestations and are as follows:
Bone Marrow Transplant (Stem Cell therapy)
Blood product transfusion.