Guide on Causes of Blood Cancer

May 9, 2011 by: admin

The blood cancer starts with the single muted cell , later it is begin to multiply and creating more muted cells. There are three different types of blood cancer i.e Lymphoma, Leukemia and Myeloma. The lymphoma blood cancer is most common in the children and it is progresses very quickly. Leukaemia is noting but group of disease which impede with the normal functioning of the blood cells.

Causes :

1. Exposure to Chemicals:
The pesticide, herbicides, solvents and water which is combined with the nitrate chemical can causes the blood cancer. The benzene is also linked with the chronic myeloid leukemia and acute lymphocytic leukemia and it is found in cigarette, gasoline.

2. Immune Systems Problems:
A weak immune system can causes the cancer to spread more freely.

3. Exposure to Radiation:
The radiation therapy may causes the rise in the blood cancer.  The x-ray contains low amount of radiation , so it is harmful.  The radiation of high energy beams may causes the blood cells to mutate.

4. Viruses:
The HTLV-I viruses in the Japan, Caribbean and Southern United State and the Epstein-Barr viruses in the Africa may be linked to the lymphoma. The HTLV-I  can causes the T-Cell Leukemia.

5. Family History:
IN rare cases the blood cancer may be inherited and it is infected to more the one person in the family. This type of cancer is chronic blood cancer and it develops slowly.


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