When you or a loved one is diagnosed with a blood cancer, you have to become an advocate to ensure that you get the best care possible. It is important to feel that your voice is being heard and your needs are being met.

Learn more about your rights:

Advocacy resources

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Advocating for yourself or your loved one addresses the importance of self-advocacy and shares tips on how to be an effective advocate when working with your medical team.


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Advocating for your loved one as a caregiver shares practical tips and strategies that you can use to advocate for your loved one in the complex healthcare system we are navigating today.

If you need more information about your rights in the healthcare system, don’t hesitate to contact us. One of our Community Services Leads can help.