Colorado Cancer Centers  

Leukemia

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Leukemia is a cancer of the white blood cells that develops in the bone marrrow. Leukemia is the most common form of cancer in children affecting approximately 4,000 children yearly in the U.S. People with leukemia have more treatment choices than ever before.

Our Banner Health cancer physicians are available by appointment at three locations in Colorado to work together to customize a personalized treatment plan unique for each person.

McKee Medical Center
2000 Boise Ave, Loveland
(970) 669-4640

North Colorado Medical Center
1801 16th St, Greeley
(970) 352-4121

David Walsh Cancer Center 
615 Fairhurst St, Sterling
(970) 522-0122

Leukemia is categorized as acute or chronic depending on the progression of the disease and also by the type of cell in which the cancer begins. There are four main types of leukemia and several subtypes.

Due to the number of types of leukemia, there are various stages of leukemia treatment, and our treatment options may include one or a combination of the following personalized to your type of leukemia:

For More Information
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Learn more about the types of leukemia

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