Blood Cancer


What is blood cancer?

Most of the time the blood cancer are also named hematologic cancer, start in the bone marrow of the human body, which is the place where all blood of the human body is produced. Blood cancers happen when abnormal(uncontrolled) blood cells start growing out of control(indefinitely), interrupting & disturbing the function of normal blood cells, which fight off the infection and produce new blood cells.


Types of blood cancers 

The main three types of blood cancer are leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma:


Leukaemia is a blood cancer that occurs in the blood and bone marrow of our body. It originates. when the body produces too many abnormal white blood cells(WBC) and interferes with our bone marrow’s ability to produce red blood cells and platelets.


Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is a type of blood cancer that originates in the lymphatic system of our body, from cells called lymphocytes, lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell that helps our body to fight infections.


Hodgkin lymphoma is a type of blood cancer that originates in the lymphatic system from cells called lymphocytes. Hodgkin lymphoma is characterized by the presence of an abnormal lymphocyte, the Reed-Sternberg cell.


Multiple myeloma cancer is a type of blood cancer that begins in our body blood’s plasma cells, it is a type of white blood cell, that is built in the bone marrow.




Blood cancer symptoms:

• Fever, chills,

• Persistent fatigue, weakness,

• Loss of appetite, nausea,

• Unexplained weight loss,

• Night sweats,

• Bone/joint pain,

• Abdominal discomfort,

• Headaches,

• Shortness of breath,

• Frequent infections,

• Itchy skin or skin rash,

• Swollen lymph nodes in our neck, underarms and groin.

Blood cancer treatment and therapy options

Treatment for blood cancer depends on the type of your cancer, your age, your condition, how fast the cancer is progressing, where(which part of your body) cancer has spread and some other factors. Some common blood cancer treatments for leukaemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma cancer include:


Stem cell transplantation:

  Stem cell transplantation infuses healthy blood-forming stem cells directly into the body. Stem cells collected from the bone marrow, circulating blood and umbilical cord blood.



 Chemotherapy generally uses anticancer drugs to interfere with cancer and stop the growth of cancer cells in the body. Chemotherapy for cancer sometimes involves giving several drugs together in a set regimen. This treatment is also given before a stem cell transplant.


Radiation therapy:

 Radiation therapy is used to diminish cancer cells or to relieve the pain or discomfort of the patient. It is also given before a stem cell transplantation. Note: it is an alternative note to the main method.

Want to learn more about treatments for a cancer type of leukaemia, Hodgkin lymphoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma and multiple myelomas and more.

Blood cancer is curable or not?

Blood cancer is definitely curable but it depends on the condition of the patient and the stage of blood cancer that the patient has. It also depends on the position of where the blood cancer originates in the patient's body so the durability of blood cancer depends directly on such conditions.

If you want to check patient blood cancer is curable or not then you have to visit any nearby health care centre or hospital

Experiencing symptoms that concern you?

  If you are experiencing any kind of blood cancer symptoms that are provided in this article then it is definitely a very dangerous sign for you. You have to visit the hospital and check out for reports as fast as you can because it is a matter of your life.

Have questions about cancer?

  If you have any question about Cancer then comment below in the comment box we will definitely consider your comment and definitely answer as fast as we can. 

How blood cancer integrates


Integration of blood cancer is independent and unaffected of all local remedies. It needs special therapy to reduce its growth rate. By reducing through serval therapies it almost becomes zero and thus cancer treated.

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