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If you are affected by a blood cancer, you want your voice to be heard and your health care needs to be met. Ryan Clarke, Senior Vice-President, Advocacy & PR at CRG-Eversana Canada Inc, speaks about the importance of self-advocacy and will share tips on how to be an effective advocate when working with your medical team.
watch Advocating for yourself or your loved one
Mental health and wellness
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As we learn about life with COVID-19, the scientific community is working to develop better solutions. The development of treatments has improved the prevention of complications that can lead to hospitalization. In this presentation, Marc Geirnaert, Director of the Provincial Oncology Drug Program at CancerCare Manitoba, discusses the latest protective…
watch COVID-19: Current knowledge on prevention of complications
COVID-19
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Today’s treatments for leukemia are very effective in destroying cancer cells, but can also damage normal cells, leading to disruptive and uncomfortable side effects. In this presentation, Danielle Brandys, a leukemia nurse practitioner at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, provided an overview of the blood cancer treatments, possible side effects and…
watch Living and Feeling Your Best with Leukemia: How to Identify and Manage Side Effects at Home
Webcast, Treatment and side effects
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In this session, Dr. Kareem Jamani, hematologist at the Alberta Health Services provided an overview of CML, discuss treatment options, research advances, and what you can do to minimize the impact and side effects of treatment.
watch Chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) : What it is how it’s treated and minimizing side effects |The National Leukemia Conference 2022
Webcast, Leukemia
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In this session, Dr. Sue Robinson, a hematologist at the QEII Health Centre, explained how CLL is diagnosed, who will require treatment, why active surveillance is often the first step, and current and upcoming treatment options
watch Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL): What it is when to treat and what’s ahead | The National Leukemia Conference 2022
Webcast, Disease Information, Leukemia
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In this session, Dr. Ryan Stubbins, fellow at the BC Cancer Genome Sciences Centre and the Leukemia/BMT Program of BC, discussed what AML is, how it develops, how it is treated, and some of the most promising new treatments for the disease.
watch Acute myeloid leukemia (AML): What it is, how it’s treated and what’s on the horizon | The National Leukemia Conference 2022
Webcast, Leukemia
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In this session, Dr. David Szwajcer provided an overview of ALL, discussed the current treatment options, how to minimize the impact and side effects of treatment, and how research is opening new treatment avenues.
watch Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL): Treatment options, managing side effects and research advances | The National Leukemia Conference 2022
Webcast, Leukemia
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CAR T therapy is a powerful new tool for treating some forms of blood cancer that have not responded to other treatments. Some patients have been cured of their cancer after receiving CAR T therapy. Dr. Mark Bosch, a stem cell transplant physician at the Saskatoon Cancer Centre, discussed how the therapy is currently used to treat blood diseases and…
watch The Latest In Cellular Therapy : How CAR T Is Changing How We Treat Blood Cancers | The National Leukemia Conference 2022
Webcast, Treatment and side effects
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Learn about CLL, how it is diagnosed, an overview of treatments and what happens next.
download Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Leukemia
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Here are some simple steps we can all take to respect and protect Canadians affected by a blood cancer
download Blood Cancers and COVID-19
COVID-19