... can be days to months. It is called acute leukemia because people die very quickly of either infection or bleeding or complications...
3 Answers · Education & Reference · 14/07/2019
Unfortunately, AML is one of the less treatable types of leukemia . So yes, an adult in his or her 30's could have it and be terminal. 5 year survival among adults in only about 25%.
2 Answers · Education & Reference · 28/06/2019
3 Answers · Health · 05/12/2017
This is why beginning writers are often told, "Write what you know." It doesn't literally mean that you must only write about things you've experienced personally, but that it's probably not a good idea to make the main focus...
10 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 14/09/2019
It depends on the type of AML. For example, many kinds of AML require somewhere around six months of treatment, but APL (an AML variant) can be treated for a couple of years if maintenance chemotherapy is given.
1 Answers · Health · 24/06/2015
... Acute erythroid leukemia Pure erythroid leukemia Erythroleukemia, erythroid/ myeloid Acute megakaryoblastic leukemia An excellent review of all acute leukemias and the WHO ...
3 Answers · Health · 29/04/2015