Terri — great work you are doing for children with cacenr! I wanted to make you aware of our organization as a resource too. We are the Leukemia Research Foundation located in Wilmette, IL. Our organization funds $1 million toward research each year, as well as provides free educational seminars for patients & families led by a panel of experts in the field of hematology and oncology. We also provide more than $200,000 in patient financial assistance to those living in the state of IL, or within a 100 mile radius of Chicago. Check us out! http://www.leukemia-research.org.
You can know if you have leukemia by seeing if you have some of the leukemia symptoms that include fevers and night sweats, frequent or unusual infections, weakness and fatigue, headaches and bone and joint pains. For more information, chec
I am running a marathon to seem to have hit a raise money for the Leukemia.? I want to raise as & Lymphoma Society. Since my friend has Leukemia much money as possible but fun
I have Leukemia, but Im not finished with treatment yet! I think I definitely am a deeper thinker though, and Ive also had Neuroblastoma multiple times and I have so much better of pain tolerance now, and I used to be REALLY REALLY REALLY scared of shots, and now I take them like theyre nothing! So yeah, I think it does change you!
How do you know if you have leukemia? If you are easily become bruised, have flu-like symptoms such as chills, fevers, night sweats, diarrhea, poor appetite,
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