Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is cancer particularly developed in the bone and bone marrow (the spongy tissue inside the bone responsible for blood cell development).
The disease is called acute because it spreads more rapidly than its counterparts.
The disease works by rapidly cultivating immature blood cells, rather than cycling the mature ones.
Children are more prone to this disease than adults, and by advanced treatment options, a full recovery is possible.
Although adults have fewer chances of acquiring this disease, still there is a probability of a diagnose. The odds of treatment working for adults is sadly less.
A disease of such magnitude is obvious to reveal some early signs.
Some signs and symptoms are listed below: