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... bf was first diagnosed, he waited until the last minute to see a doctor, which is why he almost died. But he was in the hospital for 6 months the first round. ... (21 replies)
... She complained of not feeling right but blood tests showed nothing abnormal. A doctor told me leukemia can hide in the bone marrow and not show up in the blood tests till a later time. ... (21 replies)
... the disease is rapid, so it's not very easy to save the person, especially if it's a late diagnosis. I'm no doctor, but this is what I've learned. My boyfriend almost died, but they were able to do a bone marrow transplant to save him. He was in remission for 5 years, but it came back. ... (21 replies)

... I'm not sure if anybody has answered your initial question about the white cell counts. 37 (actually 37,000) is very high; and should have triggered a warning to the doctors, to invistigate further. A bone marrow biopsy would have been in order, to confirm leukemia. Not sure what caused the bleeding in your boyfriend's head...or even if it is related to the leukemia... (21 replies)
... anyways thats it for environmental concerns i guess... oh and ive also been a smoker for almost 8 years. ... (1 replies)
... The last 8 weeks I become very paranoid to blood cancer, especially leukemia, since my friend died because of this disease. He started the symptoms with severe bleeding from his gum and died in 2 months. ... (0 replies)
... Until tonight. It suddenly reappeared on my right arm again. Almost a trail of them down my arm in patches. ... (2 replies)
Oct 28, 2003
... is almost 4 times higher than normal. I have not yet seen the results from the pathologist, as they were sent to my doctor's office, and he has been on vacation. ... (5 replies)
... That number probably represents a differential of WBC, since 98 percent WBC would mean there would be almost no red blood cells, which are usually on the order of 500 times more plentiful than WBC. ... (4 replies)

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