Caretakers Guide to Leukemia
September 5, 2011
A doctor, patient and caregiver are discussing PH+ CML, a form of leukemia that can
be treated, but not cured. Topics covered include living with PH+ CML, medications, and how to approach treatment. Also, how the patients and their loved ones are learning to cope with what is a
major change in lifestyle.
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