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How long do you have to live with acute leukemia?

Many people with acute leukemia can be cured, so it is not necessarily fatal! Thank you! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Lacy Reply:

    Bone marrow transplants have been shown to improve long-term survival After treatment, your doctor will examine your blood frequently to see whether you are in in the United States were diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Source:http://www.ehow.com/how_10169_treat-leukemia.html

  2. Oscar Reply:

    Sorry, you need to be Signed in to see this. Not a member? Ask. What would you like to ask? How long does one live if diagnosed to have acute leukemia?

  3. Renata Reply:

    Acute Myeloid leukemia is a cancer that develops in the blood of bone marrow. It is the overproduction of white blood cells that interfere with the production of normal blood cells. For more information, look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/w... Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_is_acute_myeloid_leukemia

  4. Bethanie Reply:

    Acute leukemia is a cancer of the blood which there is an increase in abnormal, malignant cells called " blasts." It’s called acute because it can come on suddenly and progress really rapid. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_is_acute_leukemia

  5. Bonnie Reply:

    Acute myelogenous leukemia is the rapidly increasing cancer cells of the blood and the bone marrow. The symptoms of this disease are fever, bone pain and pale skin. For more information, look here: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/acute-m….. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_is_acute_myelogenous_leukemia

  6. Bronwyn Reply:

    How Long Can A person Over the Age of 65 Live found out my gramps who leukemia , right now hes staying overnight is age 83 has acute for with Acute Leukemia? a few days ago we

  7. Domitila Reply:

    The answer was hard to read; you need to separate what you have into paragraphs! Let me show you – I wont edit the whole thing, just parts of it!You have:By becoming pregnant with Anna in order to save Kate, Sara was being cruel and calculatingly practical! Sara takes Kate to the hospital where Kate undergoes a series of test! After further test, diagnoses Kate with acute promyelocytic leukemia! The doctor tells Sara and Brain that APL has a thirty percent survival rate and they should begin treating Kate immediately! At home Sara deals with fallout of the diagnosis and the realization that her daughter may not survive, but Sara is determined “ Im not going to let Kate die”!From then on, Saras life has centered on keeping Kate alive at any cost!In 1900-1991 Sara is pregnant with AnnaIt should be:By becoming pregnant with Anna in order to save Kate, Sara was being cruel and calculatingly practical! At the beginning of the book (if it was at the beginning – if not, start the sentence with someone else), Sara takes Kate to the hospital where Kate undergoes a series of tests!Kate is diagnosed with acute promyelocytic leukemia, and the doctor tells Sara and Brain (Brian??) that APL has a thirty percent survival rate and they should begin treating Kate immediately! At home Sara deals with fallout of the diagnosis and the realization that her daughter may not survive, but Sara is determined! She says, “Im not going to let Kate die! (You need to cite the pages on which she says this!) From then on, Saras life has centered on keeping Kate alive at any cost!In 1900-1991 Sara is pregnant with Anna!You have:Here we see the motives of Sara and we also see that she is stubborn when she drives pass a cemetery Jesse ask, “ is that where Kate will go??” Sara tells him “ Shes staying with us!It should be:Here we see the motives of Sara, and also that she is stubborn when she drives pass a cemetery! Jesse (explain who he is – pretend your teacher doesnt know) asks, “Is that where Kate will go??” (Cite page!) Sara tells him “ Shes staying with us! (Cite page! Or alternatively, quote that entire passage!)You have:A maternal instinct is an innate feeling that a mother has regarding her child! (Great explaining by the way!) She does not know when Kate is in pain, she only see the crying, bruises, scars and then she latches her attentions towards Kate while leaving out Anna and not knowing how Anna feels about donating almost every part of her and how she feels neglected every time Kate goes into relapse leaving Anna alone ! Rather than emotion, health! For example, when Anna reveals on the stand that Kate doesnt want to live any long, Sara does not believe it because she has not spoken to Kate about these feelings!^ This passage is actually very good, but I would still add in more detail – what did Kate say to Sara that she did not say to Anna?? Also, it should be longer, not long!I assume this is what you wanted!!! my apologies if not! I do think it is very good, but your sentences need work and your quotes have to be given a page number, otherwise it looks like you made it up – even though you didnt!

  8. Yoko Reply:

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