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Chronic myeloid leukaemia is a malignancy (abnormal growth of cells) of blood cells. It is characterised by increased production of precursors of white blood cells in various stages of development which would have otherwise matured to form white blood cells in normal circumstances. The production of blood cells takes place in the bone marrow which may get replaced with excessive amounts of malignant leukaemic cells. Symptoms can be pale skin, breathlessness, tiredness, infections and frequent bleeding. Acute leukaemia also leaves the patients more vulnerable to sever infection. and/or internal bleeding.
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