Receiving the diagnosis of blood cancer can be one of the most difficult things one will face. Now that you or someone you care for has been diagnosed, what advice would you give to others who are going through this new experience?
I have had many discussions about CBD legality for cancer patients in various support groups. To help help cancer patients in SD understand the legality of CBD in this state, I did the follow post on my cancer blog today: Status of cannabidiol for cancer patients in SD
November is National Family Caregivers Month and we want to honor the caregivers of our community who make sacrifices to provide their loved ones and patients with love and support around the clock. What has your caregiver done to help most during your experience with blood cancer? Caregivers, what have you learned most from your loved one living with blood cancer?
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For some, starting conversations regarding end of life care can be very difficult. When is the right time to start that conversation? Who do we start the conversation with? What are the next steps after a conversation? Hearing about others experience with these talks can be super helpful. Share your thoughts or ask a question or two below!
I am interested how this leaves people feeling. I have read all I can and there seems to be some conflicts. Feeling lethargy, not able to do what they want, WBC count down, love life postphoned, less resistance to infection. I would like to hear some first person accounts of their experience.
While caring for someone with a blood cancer diagnosis, it can be difficult finding time and energy to care for yourself. What are some things you do to care for yourself, destress, and have fun?
When you are feeling like a couch potato or just need a break, do you prefer watching a show or reading a book? Tell us about your favorites!
I had a bone marrow transplant in September 2015. Now I have graft vs host and a lot of medicine and blood work every 2-3 weeks. Now my liver blood count is high. Anyone ever had this or know about this?
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My husband was recently diagnosed with CMML 2. It is a very rare type of leukemia. Is anyone on this site diagnosed with CMML 2? There is very little research done on this type because of its rarity. Please let me know if you have this type of leukemia. Much appreciated
We have heard from many community members about their experiences prepping for, going through, and recovering from a stem cell transplant(SCT) – sometimes multiple transplants. Other members are just learning that a SCT may be the best hope for remission but have no idea what to expect, or how to physically or mentally prepare for such a major procedure. Do you fall into either of these groups? Do you have any question about your upcoming transplant? Do you have any valuable experiences to share with others about your transplant?
Have you ever met your Stem Cell Transplant Donor, or the person your stem cells were donated to? What was that experience like? Share your stories!
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