Happy Monday Morning! It’s the Celsius Quiz.

| Written by sgammon
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Did you know that blood cancer diseases cause one death approximately every 10 minutes in the United States? And did you know that September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month? Let’s see what you know about blood and blood cancer diseases.

In the United States, how often is someone diagnosed with a type of blood cancer?

  1. Every 3 minutes
  2. Every 6 hours
  3. Every day
  4. Every week

What virus is associated with nearly half of all Hodgkin's lymphoma cases?

  1. Influenza
  2. Parvovirus
  3. Variola
  4. Epstein-Barr

In the blood, white blood cells, or leukocytes, make up what percent of the blood’s volume in healthy people?

  1. .005%
  2. 1%
  3. 5%
  4. 10%

The difference between Hodgkin’s lymphoma and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is the presence of an abnormal malignant cell called:

  1. Reed-Sternberg cell
  2. Burkitt cell
  3. Mantle cell
  4. Fungoid cell

According to the National Foundation for Transplants, the average costs and first-year expenses for a bone-marrow transplant from an allogeneic donor (a brother, sister, or other matched donor) is:

  1.  $100,000
  2. $400,000
  3. $800,000
  4. $1.3 million

Leave your answers in the comments below or head over to our Facebook page to challenge your friends! Good luck!


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