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I would like to know a thing or two about childhood leukemia. My friend’s son has it and he is only 5 years old. I can see that she is devastated and there is nothing I can do to comfort her. She said that there is a great possibility for him to be all right, but that is still not making her calm. I guess I would like to know how childhood leukemia is diagnosed in the first place.

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Childhood leukemia is actually ALL – acute lymphoblastic leukemia and it usually affect children, age 4 to 5. But the good thing is that more than 80% of the little patients are cured and that goes for more than 50% of the adults that get affected but this condition. A blood test can show if there is some irregularities and there are symptoms like anemia, weakness, breathing problems etc.
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