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  1. ... types of cancers. These cancers include breast cancer , bone cancer , leukemia , and soft tissue cancers , also called sarcomas. ... bone-marrow/hw200221.html#hw200245 Related Health Topics Bone Cancer Breast Cancer Cancer Genetic Disorders Genetic Testing Health ...
  2. ... blood-disorders/symptoms-and-diagnosis-of-blood-disorders/bone-marrow-examination National Cancer Institute [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): U.S. Department of Health ...
  3. ... Health Topics Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia Acute Myeloid Leukemia Bone Marrow Diseases Cancer Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Genetic Disorders Genetic Testing Leukemia ...
  4. ... white blood cells, which may be caused by: Bone marrow disease Certain cancers, including leukemia , lymphoma , multiple myeloma , or cancers that spread to the bone marrow from other parts of the body A ...
  5. ... B2M in their blood and urine. People with cancers of the bone marrow and blood often have high levels of ... to people who have been diagnosed with certain cancers of the bone marrow or blood. The test may be used ...
  6. ... may be a sign of an autoimmune disorder , bone marrow disorder , or cancer . High white cell count may be a sign ...
  7. ... immune system, such as HIV/AIDS Lymphoma , a cancer of the bone marrow Diseases of the liver or spleen A ... by infection, disease, or treatments such as chemotherapy. Cancers that affect the bone marrow An autoimmune disorder, such as lupus (or ...
  8. ... minerals needed for good health Multiple myeloma , a cancer of the bone marrow Kidney failure It may also be a ... sign of: Dehydration Heart disease Polycythemia vera, a bone marrow ... disease Kidney cancer If you have questions about your results, talk ...
  9. ... reaction. A low count may be caused by bone marrow problems, reactions to medicines, or cancer. But abnormal results don't always mean you ... Available from: ... Marrow Tests Complete Blood Count (CBC) How to ...
  10. ... isn't able to make enough blood cells. Bone marrow failure , which may be caused by an infection or cancer. Kidney disease Cirrhosis , scarring of the liver These ...
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