Michal Bar-Natan Zommer, MD, is a hematologist and oncologist at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
One type of leukemia often shows symptoms, the other doesn’t.
The two types of blood cancer are more similar than the name implies.
The diagnosis depends on which blood cells are affected.
Some patients go years without noticing symptoms of this blood cancer.
“With advances in science we’re discovering new mutations all the time, and many of them are targetable.”
This common form of leukemia often shows no symptoms.
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