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Does the anxiety ever go away?
Hi, I'm BETH A H.
I think you just have to focus on the positive and try not to let the fear take over. Fear is normal but we should not let it consume us. It will not help anything and we cannot control whether the AML returns. Have faith that if it does return there are many new treatments to try. Many have beaten this disease even after relapse. These are my thoughts for what it’s worth. Best wishes for your …   Read more…

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Updated Jan 24, 2011 in Leukemia Group's resources · Like3
The National CML Society's mission is to bring you hope through educational resources, access to CML Specialists, and a living, breathing network of others that can share their personal CML experie... more
Updated Oct 21, 2010 in Leukemia Group's resources · Like2
About: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services. Location: national Or... more
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I was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia at the age of 19. After finishing treatment I decided to write a blog to help raise awareness of cancer in young adults and share my journey and struggl... more

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