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Leukemia - Causes, Symptoms And How To Prevent It

January 30, 2019
Est. Reading: 3 minutes

Leukemia is a type of cancer found in blood and bone marrow caused by the rapid production of abnormal white blood cells. These abnormal white blood cells cannot fight infection and impair the ability of the bone marrow to produce red blood cells and platelets.

Leukemia is a group of different cancers of the blood cells. Leukemias can be acute or chronic, and people with chronic leukemias may not notice any symptoms before the condition is diagnosed with a blood test.

 

Types of Leukemia

The types of Leukemia are:

  • Acute myeloid 
  • Chronic myeloid 
  • Acute lymphocytic 
  • Chronic lymphocytic 

 

The main differences between the four main types of leukemia have to do with their rates of progression and where cancer develops. The cells of "chronic" leukemia do not fully mature, so they are not as capable of defending against infections as normal lymphocytes. "Acute" cells begin to replicate before any immune functions have developed.

 

Leukemia Symptoms

Leukemia

Leukemia symptoms vary depending on the type of leukemia. Common signs and symptoms include:

  • Fever or chills
  • Persistent fatigue, weakness
  • Frequent or severe infections
  • Losing weight without trying
  • Swollen lymph nodes, enlarged liver or spleen
  • Easy bleeding or bruising
  • Recurrent nosebleeds
  • Tiny red spots in your skin
  • Excessive sweating, especially at night
  • Bone pain or tenderness

 

The causes of Leukemia

As of currently, the causes are unknown, but there are some probable causes:

Electromagnetic and other types of radiation - considered the most dominant causes include electric, magnetic, radio frequency/wireless, and ionizing radiation. Why does it cause leukemia? First, radiation destroys vitamin A, E, and Selenium in the body. Without vitamin A, bone marrow can’t produce red blood cells or function normally. The first symptom of this occurring is anemia and then progresses to leukemia. Selenium is important because it protects cell DNA against free radical damage, which causes many cancers.

Second, radiation decreases melatonin levels which are known to protect against cancer in a number of ways. And third, electrical radiation puts a charge on toxic airborne pollutants, causing them to be more likely to be absorbed into the body to cause DNA damage.

Benzene - Documented since 1928 to be one of the primary causes.

Listed by the EPA as Class A ‘carcinogenic to humans’ but is still in the Top 20 chemicals produced in the U.S.A.
It also causes pre-leukemia aplastic anemia. Found in gasoline, tobacco smoke, car fumes, industrial petroleum solvents, burning coal, or oil, found in some sodas.

Chemotherapy damages DNA, which causes normal bone marrow cells to become leukemic cells or other cancer cells, along with reduced production of healthy cells.

Formaldehyde - damages DNA which causes normal bone marrow cells to become leukemic cells or other types of cancer cells. Found in dyes, germicides, disinfectants fertilizers, vaccinations, pressed wood, medication, paint, cosmetics, fabric, and many others.

High Consumption of Dairy Products - for the same basic reason as radiation - vitamin A unavailability. Dairy binds zinc so it cannot be absorbed in the system. Since zinc is required for vitamin A to be useable by the body, the bone marrow does not have access to vitamin A - even when it’s present.

Pesticide Exposure - toxic exposure damages DNA which causes normal bone marrow cells to become leukemic cells or other types of cancer cells.

Fluoride - studies show fluoride leads to DNA damage and the ultimate death of healthy bone marrow cells leading to the disease.

Arsenic - damages DNA and causes malfunction of bone marrow.

Severe Malnutrition - nutrients are not available for proper bone marrow functioning.

Smoking and Second-hand smoke - Tobacco smoke contains benzene and five other chemicals known as to cause cancer. Smoking increases your risk of getting the disease by 30% and is the main cause in 14% of all adult cases.

 

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