What happens in patients with blood cancer?
Blood cancer is a condition that affects the production as well as the normal functioning of blood cells.
In most cases, the process of normal blood cell development is disturbed because of the uncontrolled growth of abnormal blood cells. These abnormal or cancerous cells disrupt the normal functions of blood components such as preventing bleeding and defending infections. There are three major types of blood cancers. These include:
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