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Blood Cancer

Leukemia affects bone marrow, producing too many abnormal white blood cells. Lymphoma targets lymph nodes, causing tumors. CML and CLL are specific types: CML is chronic, with a specific gene mutation, while CLL involves a slow rise in abnormal lymphocytes.


Hemoglobin, WBC or Platelet

Hemoglobin disorders, can leave you feeling fatigued due to low oxygen carried in blood. WBC issues can make you prone to infections, while platelet problems affect clotting, causing easy bruising or bleeding.


Bleeding and Blood clotting

Bleeding disorders hinder blood clotting, causing excessive bleeding. On the other hand, clotting disorders cause blood to clot too easily, risking dangerous blockages. Both can be inherited or acquired.



ITP is a rare autoimmune disease where your immune system attacks platelets, leading to easy bruising and bleeding. It can be acute or chronic. Treatment focuses on raising platelet levels or reducing bleeding with medications or surgery.


Aplastic Anemia

Aplastic anemia is a rare serious condition where bone marrow fails to produce enough blood cells. This leads to fatigue, infections, and bleeding risks. Treatment focuses on managing symptoms and may involve blood transfusions or stem cell transplants.



Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder caused by missing clotting factors. People with hemophilia bruise and bleed easily, even internally. Treatment focuses on replacing missing factors to prevent or stop bleeding episodes.



Thalassemia, an inherited blood disorder, reduces the body’s ability to make healthy red blood cells, leading to anemia, fatigue, and facial bone changes. Treatable with blood transfusions and medication, it can be severe or mild.


Bone Marrow Transplant

A bone marrow transplant replaces diseased marrow with healthy stem cells, rebooting the body’s blood production. It’s for conditions like leukemia and often involves a donor.