2:00pm Bone survey
2:50pm Dr.Susan O'Brien (the Myeloprolifeative Disorder cancer specialist)
(myelo = bone marrow, proliferative = rapid multiplication)
Three major myeloproliferat
is a disorder in which fibrous tissue replaces the blood-
The cause is usually not known. However, in some people, exposure of bone marrow to radiation therapy or certain types of chemotherapy drugs may play a role.
Symptoms develop very slowly. Fatigue, weakness, and other symptoms of anemia are common. Fever due to infections may develop if the number of white blood cells decreases. Easy bruising and abnormal bleeding can result if the number of platelets drops.
People with myelodysplastic
is a cancer of plasma cells in which abnormal plasma cells multiply uncontrollably in the bone marrow and occasionally in other parts of the body.
Well that's a mouth full to swallow!!!We knew it could be a rough but DAMN! this is a tough...
well we knew it would be rough but now it's going to be tough too!!!