Blood cancer is one of the most dreaded forms of . It affects red blood cells, bone marrow or lymph and may enter the bloodstream. It is also known as Hematologic cancer. Blood cancer can be of commonly three types depending on tissues where it develops. These types are Leukemia or cancer of blood cells or bone marrow, Lymphoma or cancer of lymph nodes and Myeloma or cancer of Plasma cells. A large number of blood cancer patients are diagnosed every year. Deaths due to blood cancer is more than 50,000 a year in U.S. Leukemia is more common in children and young people, who are less than 20 years. Leukemia is also a more prominent cause of cancer deaths.

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