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Hi All
Jan 25, 2010
... I was wondering if Leukemia could be hereditary? ... (1 replies)
Apr 10, 2004
... butoxyethanol are at higher risk for leukemia and tumor of the brain, per the World Health Organization. ... (19 replies)
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)

Hi All
Jan 26, 2010
... years ago so I have done a lot of research on this relatively rare condition. In general, the haematologists says that leukemia is not hereditary. ... (1 replies)
... My mom was diagnosed with leukemia in August 1991. She was only 36. That's young for leukemia. I don't remember anything about this time in my life. ... (1 replies)
Bon Marrow Changes
Oct 16, 2005
... I am not a doctor but if I am not wrong people with hereditary anemia usually have congested bone marrow. However, they do live with anemia normally during their age, only sometimes they need supplement. ... (6 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)
... I know this post is old but I wanted to respond just incase anyone else is checking it. I don't know about that. The doctors have told me that it is very rare. I personally think that it is a mixture of things. I can tell you that the city we lived in had Contaminated water. Ive done a lot of research and I soooo wished that they could come up with an answer. My 15 year old... (6 replies)
... Basically, no, as the above posters said. I am recently in complete remission from t-cell ALL. However, there is a LOT of cancer (not blood cancers) in my extended family, so that's something I can't just shake. Perhaps there is something that makes one more susceptible to these illnesses that does run in families... (6 replies)
... is a childhood leukemia survivor. I am wondering two things. ... (0 replies)
AML M7 Question
Jan 21, 2006
... sister. As far as a sibling developing AML, the chances are the same as if no sibling had the disease. Leukemia is not hereditary. ... (3 replies)
... I'm pretty sure it's not. (1 replies)
... Hi, I know this question has been asked before but I was hoping someone may be able to answer. My Father is 70 and has terminal CLL. We are all devestated yet I havn't been able to ask anyone the question. I know it is selfish of me to ask when my dad is poorly but I would like to know. Any ifo gretefully recieved. Don (6 replies)
... age 64. My father was diagnosed with the exact same at the age of 53 and passed away at the age of 54. I have one brother who is currently 34 and worry is this a hereditary thing in our family. I'm sorry I don't have any answers but this is a good question. ... (5 replies)
Jun 26, 2002
... when the boy was 7yrs.old..but also worked in the same trade. I too worry about hereditary means because of my six kids but then never know..I just found that chilling on trades.. I will quit blabbing for now.. ... (19 replies)

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