Your blood delivers oxygen and nutrients to all the cells of your body. It also moves waste products away from those cells, clots to prevent excessive bleeding and fights infections. Blood is made up of blood cells and blood plasma, which is a liquid that carries the blood cells through the body.
There are several types of blood cancer, including leukemia, lymphoma and multiple
Those cancers affect how your body produces and uses blood cells. Most blood cancers begin when your body forms abnormal blood cells that block your blood from doing its job.
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