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While all of a woman’s eggs are produced prior to birth and not at risk of developing cancer, tissues like the ovaries are vulnerable, especially in blood cancers like leukemia or lymphoma or ovarian cancer itself.
According to the Cancer Research Institute, six types of immunotherapy clinical trials are taking aim at leukemia.
Cats and kittens can be adopted for a $10 fee that includes spaying or neutering, vaccinations, worming, feline leukemia negative testing and microchipping.
Patients with the form of leukemia Quentin had have only a 30 percent chance of survival.
In rare cases, the therapy leads to leukemia or heart failure.
The patients, treated last year at different hospitals, had adult T-cell leukemia-lymphoma, which is caused by a virus.
Dorman had beaten feline leukemia, and it’s caused by the same type of virus that triggers AIDS.
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is on the rise throughout the industrialized world.
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LEUKEMIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of leukemia for English Language Learners
medical : a very serious disease in which the body forms too many white blood cells
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