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Work with your healthcare team to create a written survivorship care plan. All cancer survivors should receive a survivorship care plan.
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Healthcare management
You or your loved one has been diagnosed with a type of blood cancer. You may have side effects from the type of therapy you are given. What are some common side effects and how can they be managed?
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Treatment and side effects
As a family member or friend who wants to help, it can be hard to know what to say or do. Remember that even when your loved one has finished cancer treatment, they will continue to need your support.
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Healthcare management
Dr. Ismail Sharif, an assistant professor at Dalhousie University and with the department of hematology, provides an overview of Myeloma: its causes, current treatment options and what the future holds for Myeloma treatments.
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Myeloma
Just a few days before Christmas in 2010, Patrick Alexander, an LLSC First Connection volunteer from Vancouver, was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. He talks to us about his experience with his diagnosis, treatment and how it changed his view on life.
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Myeloma
You or your loved one has been diagnosed with chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML). What does it mean and how will it affect you? This fact sheet will help you: Learn about CMML and how it is diagnosed,Get an overview of treatment options,Understand what happens next.
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Leukemia
Learn about CML, how it is diagnosed, an overview of treatments and what happens next.
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Leukemia
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Webcast
Personalized medicine has evolved so much over the past decade. Join Dr. Rauh, an expert in cancer care to learn how biomarker testing is being used to determine the exact profile of a blood cancer, monitor its progression and determine the best treatment option available to someone who is newly diagnosed.
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Diagnosis and tests
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Webcast
Learn about what we currently know about the efficacy and safety of COVID-19 vaccines for people with blood cancers. You'll hear about the first Canada-wide study that’s underway to guide public health policies specifically for people with blood cancers following a COVID-19 vaccination.
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Healthcare management
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Webdiffusion
Blood cancer research is constantly progressing. It may be a real challenge to make treatment related decisions when there are many options including late breaking clinical trials.
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Treatment and side effects