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I'm scared i might have leukemia. how do i get tested?

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Dr. Richard Mcgee
Medical Oncology 52 years experience
See doctor, get test: Leukemia is usually easy to identify with a physical exam, a history, and simple blood tests. On occasion, slightly more detailed testing is required or a bone marrow exam. Most important is to see a physician and explain your concerns and why.
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