chronic leukemia

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Chronic leukaemia is also divided into two types - chronic lymphocytic leukaemia and chronic myeloid leukaemia.
Leukaemia is a heterogeneous group of malignancies, broadly divided into acute and chronic leukaemias with further sub- classification into lymphoid and myeloid varieties.
The present study revealed that 80% of patients had acute leukaemia while 20% had chronic leukaemia (Table 1).
CLL is cancer of the white blood cells called lymphocytes, which fight infections, and is the most common form of chronic leukaemia.
The third prize of BD400 was won by Dr Soheir Adam for his research on the prognostic significance of chronic leukaemia.
A sample of my bone marrow has shown the chronic leukaemia is getting worse.
The Anthony Nolan Trust have also been working with Examiner journalist Adrian Sudbury, who yesterday announced the grim news that despite a transplant, the chronic leukaemia that he has fought for 18 months has returned, bringing with it a death sentence.
Sometimes the early stage of chronic leukaemia has no symptoms and the condition is discovered during a routine blood test.
There are two main types, known as acute leukaemia and chronic leukaemia, with the incidence of both approximately equal.
One-year-old Callum Hill was diagnosed with chronic leukaemia last month and has been given just six months to live unless he has an operation to replace blood stem cells.
SECTION 5 Acute and Chronic Leukaemia and Myelodysplasia