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    Acute lymphoblastic leukemia
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    grammao17 posted:
    My son had acute lymphoblastic leukemia and was hospitalized with multiple bleeds in his brain. He was 37 years old. What were his chances of survival?
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    Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi grammao17,

    I'm so incredibly sorry to hear about your son and wanted to offer this Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Overview to you for more information, so you could get more answers from his medical professional. Each situation is different, therefore, I'm not sure if anyone can give you a straight answer.

    Feel free to post in our WebMD Cancer Community to get other member feedback from those going through similar situations.

    Wishing him and yourself the very best of health in the future!
    Amelia
    Best Wishes!
    Amelia


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