Chemotherapy goes through the blood stream and kills cancer cells along with healthy cells. It is given via pill, injection or a catheter.  
Radiation Therapy - Radiation is used to kill cancer cells and to shrink tumors.

Chemotherapy With Stem Cell Transplant - Chemotherapy is followed by a transplantation of stem cells (immature blood cells) to replace blood-forming cells destroyed by cancer treatment

Biologic Therapy - The use of medications or substances made by the body to increase or restore the body's natural defenses against cancer.

Drugs - A few of the more popular drugs that are used are Gleevec, Sprycel, Tasigna, Revlimid Vidaza, Dacogen and Clolar.

Immunotherapy – Uses immune cells to fight disease. Immunotherapies suppress progression and enhance some treatments.  There are three types in use now: antibody treatment, vaccine development and immune cell administration

Monoclonal Antibody Therapy - Laboratory produced proteins that are infused when dealing with certain types of blood cancers.

Donor Lymphocyte Infusion - This uses donor lymphocytes that are given to a patient who has already received a stem cell transplant from the same donor.

Gene Therapy -
Uses antisense agents that block encoding instructions.