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07 Jan 2014
Being identified as having any illness could be a frightening experience for anyone. Myeloproliferative disease (MPD) isn't really a condition that lots of people are familiar with so it is usually even more horrifying to have a diagnosis. To start with, you need to learn and understand your condition. Having an understanding of the potential causes, symptoms and treatments may help a lot in dealing with a diagnosis and then managing your problem. 

Myeloproliferative disease is oftentimes known as a myeloproliferative neoplasm (MPN) and it differs from many forms of cancer, that are referred to as malignant neoplasms. Myeloproliferative disease actually describes a number of similar disorders affecting the bone marrow. In each of the...

20 Dec 2013
Acute myelogenous leukemia disease or AML, is a uncommon kind of cancer that strikes people of any age. Most of the time, however, it is more usual for individuals to be diagnosed with it after the age of sixty. This leukemia is not just one disease, even so, it is really a group of leukemias in which you will find eight other sub-classes of AML. What these related diseases have in common is that they are all cancers of the blood and bone marrow. All these sub-classes of cancers originate from damage to the genes that manage the usual process of generating blood cells. The classification of AML depends on what type of blood cells might be affected, as well as the point when the mutated cells stopped growing.

Basic Causes of AML


11 Dec 2013
Cancer is a illness condition in which the body cells grow uncontrollably because their natural regulatory mechanisms have been damaged. There are basically countless numbers of different types and subtypes of cancer nevertheless the majority form solid tumours in specific sections of the entire body. The most common cancers are prostate cancer, breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, and bowel cancer . Sadly the condition is extremely proficient at spreading through the blood and the lymphatic system and so in highly developed cancer cases it is not strange to see secondary tumours in far off sections of the body.

The Genetics of Cancer 

One of the most considerable advancements in cancer research came in the late Seventies when experts...