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... My daughter is 12 years old. She was having some joint pain so I took her to the doctor for a physical. Her lyme test came back positive but it was reading that it was inactive. Her Infectious Disease doctor is not convinced that it is not a false positive. She has other symptoms too such as headaches, abdominal pain, always has rhinitis and previously she had frequent... (0 replies)
Leukemia
Jun 20, 2008
... or other means. Since the mutation is in the marrow itself, and not in the germ plasm, it can't be passed on to one's children. ... (2 replies)
... copying and it is possible that poor copying of certain kinds might be facilitated by genetic factors. ... (6 replies)

Hi All
Jan 25, 2010
... I was wondering if Leukemia could be hereditary? ... (1 replies)
... I don't think there is much of a link to hereditary causes, but there are links to outside agents causing leukemia. ... (6 replies)
Hereditary?
Aug 9, 2006
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Hereditary?
Aug 9, 2006
... my son had Acute Lymphoblastic leukemia. I have studied any info I could find. Some info says that There can be a hereditary factor, some say no. ... (7 replies)
Hereditary?
Jul 28, 2006
... Is Leukemia Hereditary? ... (7 replies)
CLL
Apr 10, 2004
... many people may be helped. ... (19 replies)
CLL
Apr 10, 2004
... In reading this thread and in doing over 2 months of "obsessive" research on leukemia because my girlfriend was diagnosed with AML 2 months ago, I found that BENZENE is a KNOWN carcinogen that causes leukemia. ... (19 replies)
... Leukemia is NOT hereditary. Leukemias occur when there is a re-arrangement, deletion, addition or some other change in the DNA of the cells in the bone marrow or thymus . Although you can inherit a portion of the DNA that is more susceptible to fragmentation/change, this is not the same as inheriting leukemia. What this means to you is that you should be more careful than... (1 replies)




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