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Advice about illness? Topic: Leukemia researches
June 24, 2019 / By Al
Question: I was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia a few months ago. After many different references, doctors, states, hospitals, some have told me that chemotherapy would be best way to go. Others have said that bone marrow transplants would help. What are the pros and cons of both? Which would you think would be best? Advice?
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Suzie Suzie | 3 days ago
Normally, Chemotherapy is tried first. If it is successful, a bone marrow transplant may not be necessary. Do your research on this disease and it's treatments. Go on line [Google: Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia], call cancer treatment centers, call cancer hot lines, call cancer hospitals. Do not wait, and do not do anything that you don't feel completely comfortable with. If you have questions about anything, ASK. This goes for any doctor, nurse, therapist, or tech you will run into during your treatments. You have rights as a patient, and the most basic one is the right to be informed. [Google: Patient rights] The only way to make a good decision, is to make an informed decision. God Bless you in your research, treatment and recovery!
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