You usually start by seeing your GP if you have symptoms. Your GP will examine you and might arrange blood tests. If the results show signs of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) they will refer you straight away to see a specialist.
You usually start by seeing your GP if you have symptoms. Find out what happens and how to get the most out of your appointment.
Find out when GPs refer people to see a specialist (haematologist).
There is no national screening programme for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. Find out why.
Find out about tests to diagnose ALL including blood tests, bone marrow tests and a lumbar puncture.