Its extremely rare in children. Nearly all cases of leukemia are ALL. I would imagine the prognosis is very good though.
2 Answers · Health · 24/09/2010
...cancer.org/docroot/CRI/content/CRI_2_4_3X_How_Is_ Chronic _ Lymphocytic _ Leukemia _Staged.asp Note that no two people are ever alike.
1 Answers · Health · 19/12/2009
Tumors and cysts, cancerous cells form when the lymphatic system is not moving fast enough in a particular area of your body. The body always has cancer cells, except it gets rid of them quick enough so they don't spread. When...
1 Answers · Health · 08/12/2011
CLL starts with a change to a single cell called a lymphocyte. Over time, the CLL cells multiply and replace normal lymphocytes in the marrow and lymph nodes. The high number of CLL cells in the marrow may crowd out normal...
4 Answers · Health · 01/03/2009
... nothing called Chronic Lymphoma but there is a Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL). It's extremely rare in general, but especially so in ...
2 Answers · Health · 16/08/2009
Most people with CLL are older than 55 years old so their growth rate is not affected by their disease. http://www.emedicine.com/med/topic370.htm
2 Answers · Health · 02/08/2008