Is there any possibilities that a person suffering with acute lymphocytic leukemia will recover? ?
my loved one is suffering from this illness. I just want to know he will then recover.
- mem maro
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- Nilesh From Mauritius
Hi, well there maybe a solution; he need to do an operation involving the transplantation of the bone marrow having the same blood group as his. The treatment is tiresome and quite long, and if the transplantation is successful he will recover over time but it can cost. Hope your loved one recover quickly god bless
There is unfortunatly no gaurentee with leukemia. And as there are so many ranges of the illness its impossible to answer this, the only person who can really help is their doctor who can tell you how developed it is and what the chances are.
The only answer that makes sense here is yes, it is possible.
Beyond that there are simply too many variables. Surely the physician has talked to the patient or his family about it. But it's not the automatic death sentence it used to be.
Hi Jen C
Yes. There is hope of recovery or at least living with the chronic version of the disease.
Something to look into is the relationship between ALL and Vitamin D deficiency. I know this can get overwhelming, but I've listed some references regarding this connection.
Also, this site gives a good overview of types of leukemia, mainstream treatment and nutritional treatment:
Best of luck to you and your loved one.
Leukemia — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, risk factors, treatment of this blood-related cancer.
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