b. But "most likely" is important here. Bone marrow transplants do not work with all types of leukemia.
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Yes, it is a type of blood cancer. Bone marrow transplantation will help cure it.
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In addition to uncontrolled replication, the mutations prevent effective maturation of the cells. It is the mature cells that fight infection. Additionally, there are multiple types of white cell which work best against different types...
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Leukemia is clinically and pathologically subdivided into a variety of large ...blood cells. Immediate treatment is required in acute leukemia due to the rapid progression and accumulation of the malignant cells, which then spill...
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saliva passed on from one cat to another by biting. look it up. the reproduction process is very similar to other viruses.
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Medical science is far more complex than the obvious would lend thought to expect. The short answer to your question is that the recipient cell has to be sympathetic to the host
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Uncontrolled cell division due to loss of cell cycle control.
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In prophase 1 during crossing over between non-sister chromatids.
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