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chronic myelomonocytic leukaemia (CMML)

Caring by Patient Type

All patients are different and all have unique needs. But there are special circumstances to consider for patients in certain categories, such as children, older adults and veterans. Caregivers should educate themselves on what's most important when helping these patient groups learn how to cope with their conditions.  

Support Networks

Connecting with other patients and families can be a powerful and uplifting experience. Our networks let you learn from others, share your journey, get and give support and make new friends. You have the option of connecting on a one-to-one basis or with a group. You also choose the way you prefer to interact - by phone, in person or online.


There are many therapies and approaches doctors use to treat bone marrow failure disease patients. Some treatments are used for several different diseases. Others are used only for aplastic anemia, MDS or PNH. Every person's condition is unique, and each situation is different. That's why your health care team must look carefully at your specific case before recommending what's right for you.

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