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<p>The incidence of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) is 1-2 cases/100 000/year, without major geographical differences and the median age of presentation is 60–65 years1 or approximately 67 years. Commonly known as a disease of the elderly, CML rarely affects the pediatric group (0-14 years), or adolescent and young adults (15-29 years). Age specific rate of CML per 100,000 of population, have been reported in pediatric age group as 0.04 and in young adults and adolescent group as 0.22. There isdoi:10.3329/jdmc.v25i1.33961 fatcat:aw7gr2wdcnhqhfbe4zihi6wdii