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Over the past two years, we’ve all developed tools for protecting ourselves against COVID-19. Now, it’s a matter of managing this new situation as best we can.
COVID-19
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As we transition out of the COVID-19 world, you may have recently heard the term “return to normal” from friends, family, or other sources. The return to normal can generate different feelings for different people. For some, it may create happiness, anticipation, and excitedness. However, for our blood cancer community, it can generate feelings of apprehension, anxiety, nervousness, or uncertainty. There are a few strategies and tools that you can use to help yourself as we return to “normal”.
COVID-19
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Going back to normal and yet staying safe is impossible, especially for those with CLL for whom getting infections is risky at best.
COVID-19
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As COVID-19 spread and countries around the world locked down, music producer and performer Chillaa faced a blood cancer diagnosis. His experiences through treatment and isolation tested his spirit and ultimately, sparked his creativity
COVID-19
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An activity that you like and that your body is capable of doing will be much more enjoyable and easier to integrate into your routine than an activity that you don’t like and makes you suffer.
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