Leukaemia Peer Review Journals

 The cancer of the blood or bone marrow is known as Leukemia. The blood cells are produced by the bone marrow. The problem in the development of the red blood cells leads to the development of Leukemia. It typically affects the leukocytes, or white blood cells. Leukemia is most likely to affect people over the age of 55 years and is also most commonly observed in those aged under 15 years. There are numerous diverse types of leukemia and the best course of treatment and action can be taken based on the type and stage of the disease. When the DNA of developing blood cells, mainly white cells, incurs damage Leukemia develops and this leads the blood cells to grow and divide uncontrollably.