What is myelofibrosis leukemia?

Answer Myelofibrosis is a chronic blood disorder in which the blood-producing cells in your bone marrow are replaced with fibrous tissue, resulting in low blood platelet levels, anemia and an enlarged spl... Read More »

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What are the causes of myelofibrosis?

Myelofibrosis is a serious disorder of the bone marrow that affects the production of blood cells. This disease is caused by a mutation that disrupts the normal balance of different types of blood ... Read More »

What is responsible for the development of myelofibrosis?

Myelofibrosis is a bone marrow disease. Myelofibrosis is also what is known as an "idiopathic" disease. That is, we can describe it, treat it, define how it might progress, but we don't actually kn... Read More »

I might have leukemia please help?

If they really thought you had a chance of having leukemia, they wouldn't be waiting to test you. I assume that you've had quite a bit of blood work during this time- the blood work would alert th... Read More »

Could I Have Leukemia?

Your WBC count is not low- it's completely normal.If you had blood work done (you must have, to know your WBC count), then your platelets would have been checked. If your platelets are normal, the... Read More »