According to reports, Ani Yudhoyono died today at 1:50 am local time at the National University Hospital in Singapore on June 1, 2019. The wife of Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was sentenced to blood cancer a few months ago.
Ani Yudhoyono has been receiving medical treatment since February 2, 2019, on the recommendation of the Indonesian presidential medical team at the National University Hospital in Singapore. More information about blood cancer can be found in the following overview.
Know blood cancer
Ani Yudhoyono’s hematological or blood cancer is a cancer that affects the production and function of regional cells. Based on the data that Okezone has successfully collected, most blood cancers come from the bone marrow (an organ that produces blood).
The existence of these cancer cells prevents normal blood cells from fulfilling their functions. There are at least three types of diseases that affect blood cancer patients, namely leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Here is the full explanation.
Leukemia is the most common cancer of the white blood cells that affects blood cancer patients. This disease makes it impossible for the bone marrow to produce enough red blood cells to meet the needs of the body.
Then there is a blood cancer of the lymphoma that tends to develop into lymphocytes, a type of white blood cells that fight infection. The effects of this disease affect the patient’s immune system and affect the lymph nodes, spleen, thymus, bone marrow, and other body organs.
The last myeloma cancer arises from malignant plasma cells. It is known that the body needs plasma cells because they produce antibodies that help kill germs. This type of cancer prevents normal antibody production, which leads to a decrease in the immune system and the infection of the body. The cause of blood cancer, as experienced by Ani Yudhoyono, can be seen on the next page. Previous 1/2 Next DAY: Ani Yudhoyonos Blood Cancer Died Ani Yudhoyonos death Ani Yudhoyono