The three main types of blood cell are red cells, white cells and platelets. They carry out highly specialised tasks in the body and abnormalities of these cells can be due
These are the commonest of the blood cancers, and most typically present with painless swollen lymph glands in the neck, armpit or groin.
This is an abnormal production of too many white cells. Some leukaemias have an indolent presentation, while others can present much more rapidly.
Dr Crawley trained in medicine at St George’s, University of London. He undertook postgraduate training at St Bartholomew’s Hospital and the Hammersmith Hospital followed by a Transplantation Fellowship at...Read more »
Dr Follows graduated from Oxford University Medical School and completed general medical and haematology training in Newcastle, Edinburgh and Leeds. In 2004 Dr Follows moved to Cambridge as a LRF Bennett Senior Clinical Fellow...Read more »