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Understanding Leukemia - Medical Animation
 
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Understanding Leukemia - Medical Animation
Leukemia is a cancer that originates from certain white blood cells while they are forming. The types of white blood cells affected, the symptoms of leukemia, and some things that can increase your risks of developing leukemia are explained.

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