Researchers Find Abnormal Cells In The Blood Years Before Leukemia Is Diagnosed

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Researchers have shown that abnormal white blood cells can be present in patients' blood more than six years prior to the diagnosis of a chronic form of lymphocytic leukemia. This finding may lead to a better understanding of the cellular changes that characterize the earliest stages of the disease and how it progresses.

 

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