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What's one piece of advice you would give to someone newly diagnosed with blood cancer? [Book Giveaway Entry - Second Opportunity to Enter!]

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  1. I would let them know it's not a death sentence

    1. It can sure feel that way sometimes. It's true though. I've lived with leukemia since 2011 and I'm still here. Life changes, that's true. It still has it's very good days worth fighting for. Life isn't over, it is more challenging and complicated, but it isn't over. Thanks for commenting, Maria.

  2. Question everything! Ask the big and small questions, nothing is unimportant when you are dealing with your health and life. There are no "stupid" questions in this situations.

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      1. Join a support group and educate yourself because knowledge is power

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