Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cll): Childhood blood cancer of white blood cells
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I was recently diagnosed with CLL. I did not have any history of slightly elevated white blood cell count (19,000). My last unrelated blood work up for angiogram which very little blockage, not reguireing treatment. Also had adnormal bone marrow biopsy result. Started taking COQ10 stortly before starting blood work up for night sweats, hot flashes and weight loss. If COQ10 is cause of CLL diagnose, how long before COQ10 leaves my body and can side effects of COQ10 be reversed?
Howdy...I am 73 and diagnosed with CLL 4 years ago. I have had re-occurring problems with Scleritis for the past two years. I have a normal white count with a reversed differential, and a depressed IgM. My comprehensive lab panel is normal. Have other CLL patients have similar issues. Have been prescribed Durezol drops which improved eye for several weeks at a time...
I wanted to know if their is a connection between exposure to the chemical Malathion and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. As a canine handler in the US Air Force it was required to "dip" (submerge our canines in this chemical to treat them for bugs) every two weeks. In the process the chemical Malathion would get on our bodies and clothes when the dogs shook off the chemical after coming out of the "dip" (bath).
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Hi I am 55 years old and was just diagnosed with CLL CT scan is coming for baseline. We are watching to see how it is progressiing,if any. I began taking supplements that I've read are good. Does anyone take supplements like CoQ-10?
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