No I'm not.
1 Answers · Health · 02/02/2011
YES...The side effects of the treatment for AML and ALL last a life time...but thanks to people like Lance Armstrong people/children will get more and more long-term follow up care...to manage and treat their long-term side effects...
1 Answers · Health · 12/01/2009
No, Cancer doesn't care how old you are. And no, it is not autosomal. I take that back, one cancer that doesn't strike young people NORMALLY is breast cancer. That waits until a person is ready to retire and enjoy life...
1 Answers · Health · 16/02/2013
6-7 months. Induction chemo (hospitalized, sterile environment, your immune system is basically zeroed by the chemo so you need to be super super careful not to get an infection, that's why they keep you in the hospital...for weeks or months, can't remember...
1 Answers · Health · 06/04/2010
Because more than half of the patients who are newly diagnosed with AML are over 60, and more than a third are over 70, there is little written on the morbidity rates. To be diagnosed at age 55, while not...
2 Answers · Health · 24/06/2007
There are far more than 2 types of acute leukemia .
2 Answers · Health · 10/08/2011
never heared of it
5 Answers · Health · 14/01/2007
There are a lot of prognostic factors for AML some of which are: 1. Type of AML according to the FAB and the WHO classification. 2. Cytogenetic abnormalities of your AML. 3. Your...
2 Answers · Health · 29/08/2013
If you have AML, you must be seeing a heme/onc specialist. That doctor should certainly be explaining the very significant risks to you and your baby. If that specialist doctor is not explaining this in full detail, you might want a...
3 Answers · Health · 13/02/2011
They eat as long as they can and then they get IV fluids to sustain them for whatever time they have left.
2 Answers · Health · 26/01/2013