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Last Updated: 04 May 2022

Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is a type of cancer that influences the leukocyte. In severe lymphoblastic leukaemia, lots of white blood cells are launched into the blood prior to they prepare. This happens due to the increase in the number of immature leukocyte in your blood. A lot of the symptoms are triggered by the lack of healthy and balanced blood cells in your blood supply. In some cases, the affected cells can spread from your bloodstream into your central nerve system. The initial step in detecting acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is to look for physical signs of the problem. If the blood sample has a high variety of abnormal leukocyte, it can be a sign of intense leukaemia. As severe lymphoblastic leukaemia is a hostile condition that develops quickly, therapy usually starts a right after a diagnosis. Chemotherapy is the primary therapy for intense lymphoblastic leukaemia.

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