Leukemia is a form of cancer of the blood or bone marrow. The blood/marrow produces an abnormal amount of immature white blood cells known as blasts. Leukemia is treatable through chemotherapy, radiation, bone marrow transplants and hormone treatments. A patient is considered to be in remission when ther are no abnormal white blood cells found in the blood. Complete remission is more likely amoung children than amoung adults.
Leukemia In Remission Bioinformatics Tool
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