Living with blood cancer

Living with blood cancer

Children and blood cancer

Children and blood cancer

Discussing blood cancer with a child can be a difficult thing to do.

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Palliative care

While palliative care is often provided at the end of life it can also be provided at any time for a person with a life-threatening illness.

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Family Matters

Family matters

Families can be impacted in a variety of ways by a blood cancer diagnosis.

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Getting your life in order

Getting your life in order

Many financial, legal and practical matters may come up following a diagnosis – these resources can help.

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After diagnosis

The shock of a diagnosis is quickly replaced by the reality of your situation and what you need to do next.

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Getting support

It is important that you get support when you need it, whether it’s from a friend, a relative, or a Leukaemia Foundation staff member.

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Providing support for those with a blood cancer

These tips may help you provide support to someone with a blood cancer.

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Adolescents and young adults with blood cancer

Being told you have cancer at any time isn’t great but at a younger age it can come as a massive shock.

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Life after treatment

After treatment, significant adjustments often need to be made to re-adjust to your life.

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Questions to ask your doctor

You may find this list of suggested questions to ask useful during appointments.

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Further resources

These websites may be useful resources for you.

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