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Mild leukemia, weight loss, reduce platelet count. Is it blood cancer ?

my relation take borrow marrow test it shows s/g of actue mildly leukemia correlated with immuno orthenotytying. symptoms are weight loss , reduce platelet count below 40000, cough, reduce HB, Neck and shoulder pain, eye lightly blood leaked and taken the food level is reduced. its a blood cancer .apollo doctor says going to cmc hospital vellore to take treatment. age is 37 male. what is the reason come leukemia. its cure to possible. what are the foods to be taken. how many months taken to cure. it is genetic reason or common problem.chemotherapy and radiotherapy is cure blood cancer.
Asked On : Sat, 13 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi vasuk,
Leukemias occur due to a number of reasons such as genetic mutations, exposure to radiation, this can be a part of various familial diseases also. There are good anti cancer drugs available with good cure rates. This depends on the type of leukemia you have. Chemotherapy or radiotherapy depends on the stage and type of cancer. Consume Plenty of fruits, greens. wish you a speedy recovery
Take care
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General & Family Physician Dr. Padma Saikia's  Response
Hi Vasuki,
Welcome to HCM.
The exact cause of leukemia is not known.There is two types acute and chronic. It also depends on the cell myelocytes or lymphocytes.Treatment of leukemia depends on the type of leukemia, certain features of the leukemia cells, the extent of the disease, and prior history of treatment, as well as the age and health of the patient.leukemia are treated with chemotherapy. Some patients also may have radiation therapy and/or bone marrow transplantation.
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sorry to hear about blood cancer.
you are talking about ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIA.this is not an easy cancer to treat and certainly not good to have.there is no cure and no diet will help. chemotherapy, radiotherapy for spread, bone marrow transplant are the options given according to age ,extent of the disease.
there are genetic changes in persons genes which make him more prone to develop such is not a common problem.
all i can suggest is follow your doctors advise and go to CMC urgently.
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