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What is the normal blood count for a person with blood cancer ?

MY friend is having blood cancer . He is aged 42 he had chemotheraphy several times. His boold count as per today it is WBc3.80, RBC;4.52, HB 12.90, platlet 107. What is his stage and what is the normal count
Asked On : Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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You need to give more info if you expect to get a helpful answer.
What type of blood cancer, type and cycles of chemo, etc would help. The figures you've given show slightly reduced counts (WBC, Plt and RBC/Hb), but these can easily be due to the chemo he just completed, rather than a reflection of the stage or activity of his cancer.
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Answered: Sat, 23 Jul 2011
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