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Health and wellbeing support services

Health and wellbeing support services eligibility criteria. Our health and wellbeing services are available to anyone living with blood cancer, their family and friends. How to access health and wellbeing support services. Via referral and assessment from Blood Cancer Support Coordinators, treating facilities, social workers and welfare officers.

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URL: https://www.leukaemia.org.au/how-we-can-help/health-and-wellbeing-support-services/

Emotional health

Emotional health The relationships you have with the people around you – as well as yourself – can be greatly impacted by a blood cancer diagnosis, and the state of your emotional health. The following information offers tools for coping, as well as an idea of what you …

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About our information and education services

Health and wellbeing information. Practical matters (Super, travel insurance, financial assistance, work/study, etc.) Wills, Power of Attorney; Mental health, relationships, diet, exercise; Carers, family and friends. Accessing and navigating the health system. Information regarding health services and navigating the health system.

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Relationships and sex

They are all experienced health professionals, with qualifications in nursing and social work. Contact us on 1800 620 420. Developed by the Leukaemia Foundation in consultation with people living with a blood cancer, Leukaemia Foundation support staff, haematology nursing …

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The mind/body connection in healing

“Fascinated by how the mind is involved in health, I began reading widely on everything I could get my hands on to do with psychology, the role of religion in health, spirituality, quantum physics, physics, quantum biology, neurobiology, neuroplasticity, neuroscience, psychoneuroimmunology, and epigenetics,” said Dr Crawford.

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Access to trusted information

These choices will potentially have significant long-term health and financial implications for themselves and their families. We will provide access to credible information about disease-specific blood cancers, treatment options, including clinical trials, and resources to live well after treatment, including managing symptoms and side effects.

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Understanding your blood

Understanding your blood. When you are diagnosed with a blood cancer, there will naturally be a big focus on your blood, particularly on the production and function of your blood cells. For many people, there will be a whole new language of blood to learn. It is important to understand how and where blood is produced, the different types of

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Getting my affairs in order

Getting my affairs in order. Organising your finances, health directives, and superannuation plans is a good idea no matter what stage you’re at. This section provides comprehensive information about various legal, health, and financial documents.

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Myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPN)

This content is provided for information purposes only and we urge you to always seek advice from a registered health care professional for diagnosis, treatment and answers to your medical questions, including the suitability of a particular therapy, service, product or treatment in your circumstances.

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Guidelines for reporting on Blood Cancer in Australia

Leukaemia Leukaemia is the general name given to a group of cancers that develop in the bone marrow. Lymphoma – Lymphoma is the general term for cancers that develop in the lymphatic system. Myeloma – Myeloma is a cancer of the plasma cells. You can find the full definition of each blood cancer here. Because there are so many types of

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Side effects of Hodgkin lymphoma treatment

This content is provided for information purposes only and we urge you to always seek advice from a registered health care professional for diagnosis, treatment and answers to your medical questions, including the suitability of a particular therapy, service, product or treatment in your circumstances.

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Blood cancer signs and symptoms

Acute Blood Cancer – M ultiple Symptoms . Cause: Very high level of white blood cells. Some types of blood cancer such as acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) develop very quickly and may make you suddenly very unwell. This is known as leukostasis. What you might expect: Breathing problems and neurological symptoms such as visual changes, confusion, vomiting, loss of muscle control or seizures.

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Childhood lymphoma treatment

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Carers and friends

Carers and the health system. Understand your role in the healthcare system as carer. Financial and legal support for carers. How to legally protect yourself, understand your entitlements and benefit from the systems in place for carers. Carer resources.

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Cancer Concierge Pilot: Assessing CLL needs and providing

“Cancer Concierge is a tailored and personalised program which assists people to navigate the disease and the health system through the provision of support, resources and interventions to meet those unmet needs,” said Katherine. Pilot demographics.

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