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This booklet provides information about Amyloidosis which is not a cancer but it is equally as serious. It includes different types, symptoms, people who are at risk,diagnosis, treatment of Amyloidosis and how we can tell children about Amyloidosis.
On average, an Australian child under the age of 14 is diagnosed with blood cancer every 36 hours. This Fact Sheet includes information about treatment option, research on children with blood cancers and how Leukaemia Foundation can help.
This fact sheet answers some of the more commonly asked questions about the ‘watch and wait’ approach to chronic diseases. Sometimes it is better to do nothing but monitor a person with a blood cancer rather than to treat them. This is called ‘watch and wait’, or ‘actively monitoring’.
This booklet was designed to encourage people with blood cancers to document their symptoms, side effects, appointments and blood results - to ensure optimal communication between them and their treating team.
This publication was written to provide information on how to eat well after a diagnosis of a blood cancer. It also provides practical tips and a few recipes.
This publication was written to help people better understand the psychosocial impact of having a blood cancer diagnosis, and provides practical tips on how to live well with your disease.
This publication was written to help people better understand the issues around having a diagnosis of a blood cancer for a young person. It provides tips on how to live well with the disease.
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