You are not alone.
What happens next?
Telling others you have ALL
Talking to family and friends
Telling your children
Speaking with your employer
Taking charge of your care
Preparing for appointments
Understanding lab results
Asking for a second opinion
Managing your new reality
Coping with fear, anxiety and stress
Taking care of your body
Managing fatigue and cognitive challenges
Understanding insurance and organizing finances
Resources on ALL
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL): Treatment options, managing side effects and research advances | The National Leukemia Conference 2022
Living and Feeling Your Best with Leukemia: How to Identify and Manage Side Effects at Home | The National Leukemia Conference 2022
Doctors classify acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) into subtypes by using various tests. The subtype plays a large part in deciding the type of treatment.
Philadelphia-positive ALL (Ph+ ALL) - Factsheet available
Acute precursor B-cell leukemia/ Pre B-cell lymphoblastic leukemia
Acute B-lymphoblastic leukemia
Acute T-lymphoblastic leukemia
Natural killer (NK) cell leukemia