Screening for Leukemia
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Screening is a way to evaluate people without symptoms to determine if they are at risk for cancer or have already developed cancer.
There are no screening tests or screening guidelines for leukemia. Children with Down Syndrome, though, should be closely monitored for development of leukemia during childhood and beyond.
National Cancer Institute
American Cancer Society
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Last reviewed February 2003 by ]]>John Erban, MD]]>
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