By Alessandro Murillo
A.History of Leukemia
A.What is The Cause of Leukemia?
About 20% of adults acute Leukemia through smoking, high doses of radiation such as a atomic bomb, long-term exposure to benzene which is found in gasoline(causes twenty times more a chance of having Leukemia).
Chromosome damage rare genetic syndromes put people at higher risk. Downs syndrome children born with Downs are twenty times more likely to develop Leukemia. And the most common reason is chromosomal disorder is when your is unable to know when to stop making white blood cells.
A.How many People are affected?
B. Picture of Affected Body Parts
The whole spinal cord is affected.
The whole body is affected because without no white cells your body can't protect itself.
Their you see that the doctor is applying some medicine to help the disease.
B.What is the Scientific name and Classification of Leukemia?
Classification-Lymphocytic or Myelogenous .
B.What Human Body Systems does Leukemia Affect?
C.How does the Immune System respond to Leukemia?
C.What body Systems are Involved in the fighting Leukemia?
The Immune System.
C.How Long does the Immune System take to Respond?
D.What are the Symptoms of Leukemia?
D.What medical treatments are Available?
D.Describe the course of Leukemia (how it progresses and it's prognosis(the outcome).
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