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Booklet
A comprehensive guide to better understand Hodgkin lymphoma.
Lymphoma
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Video
To understand blood cancers, you need to know where the three types of cells in the blood come from and where they go: red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.
Diagnosis and tests
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Factsheet
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.
Leukemia
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Webcast
In this webcast, nurse and psychotherapist Bonney Elliott addresses the psychosocial impacts of living with a chronic blood cancer on quality of life, stress, and social and family relationships.
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Video
Learn ways to live better with a chronic cancer.
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Podcast
While her experience with an aggressive form of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) was filled with uncertainty - waiting for a diagnosis, not knowing the effects of chemotherapy, undergoing a stem cell transplant - Sarah Robertson says she learned some important lessons. She discovered she had an incredible supportive network of family and friends. She also says…
Leukemia
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Managing anxiety - Factsheet Icon
In this document, Romy shares her advice on how to manage anxiety following a cancer diagnosis.
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Adjusting to physical changes - Factsheet Icon
In this document, Christian shares his advice on how to adapt to some of the physical changes that can occur following a cancer diagnosis.
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Webcast
Being a caregiver to a loved one living with an acute leukemia is an important and demanding role and unlike any other. The responsibilities are wide-ranging and many may be new to you. In this education session from our Acute Leukemia Interactive Workshop Donna Thomson, a caregiver, author and activist, discusses practical tips and strategies that you can…
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Adjusting Your Social Life Factsheet
In this document, Siham shares her advice on how to adapt your social life and some projects following a cancer diagnosis.