Blood Cancer

  • 1. Introduction to Blood Cancer
  • Executive Summary Blood cancer, also known as hematologic cancer, initiates in the bone marrow, where the blood is produced. It mainly occurs due to the abnormal growth of the blood cells, and it further interrupts the functioning of the normal blood cells that fight against the infection and p...
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  • 2. Risk factors of Blood Cancer
  • Executive Summary Risk factors influence the chance of developing cancer among individuals, but individuals with no risk factors also develop cancer. Leukaemia, Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL), Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL), Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML), Lym...
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  • 3. Prevention of Blood Cancer
  • Executive Summary Some primary preventive measures are taken for reducing the risk of cancer. Blood cancer is the abnormal growth of blood cells formed by blood stem cells in the bone marrow. Hence, no appropriate preventive measures for blood cancer. Some of the significant steps are followed ...
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  • 4. Symptoms of Blood Cancer
  • Executive Summary Blood cancer is diagnosed based on signs and symptoms. The most common sign and symptom of blood cancer is the occurrence of leukemia. Fever or chills, weakness and fatigue, excessive weight loss, swollen lymph nodes, easy bruising and bleeding, frequent nosebleed, tiny red sp...
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  • 5. Diagnosis of Blood Cancer
  • Executive Summary Blood cancer is diagnosed based on signs and symptoms. There are different types of tests for the diagnosis of blood cancer. The blood test is the most common diagnostic approach for blood cancer. Complete blood count measures all the blood cells involving blood cells, red bloo...
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  • 6. Stages of Blood Cancer
  • Executive Summary The staging system of blood cancer depends on the growth of the abnormal cells in the bloodstream. Different types of blood cancer have different stages, and each stage has its complications. The stages range from stage 0 to stage IV. Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) affects ki...
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  • 7. Causes of Blood cancer
  • The specific causes of leukemia are unknown to scientists. It appears to be the result of a mix of hereditary and environmental influences. How can leukemia develop? Leukemia is considered to develop when the genetic material or DNA of certain blood cells undergoes alterations (mutations). Th...