ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (#71)

Section: Paragraph comprehension

Leukemia is a blood disease in which white blood cells in the blood or bone marrow reproduce rapidly, interfering with the body's ability to produce red blood cells. Red blood cells are needed to perform vital bodily functions. According to this passage:

White blood cells perform no vital function in the body.
No treatment for leukemia exists.
Leukemia makes it hard for the body to produce red blood cells.
White blood cells are found only in the blood.