Leukemia: Information, Research and Support
The best sources on the Web for learning about what leukemia is are reputable ... read more »
Leukemia symptoms can vary based on the patient, but frequent infections, ... read more »
Leukemia treatment varies depending on the type of leukemia, the stage of the ... read more »
Although many hospitals treat leukemia, some are particularly renowned, or provide special ... read more »
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There are numerous nonprofit leukemia organizations that focus on raising funds for leukemia research, education, patient care and treatment. As part of their programs to increase awareness, organization Web sites provide a wealth of information for leukemia patients and families. Learn about their programs and research work, and access thorough, reputable information on leukemia at their sites.
- If you're interested in contributing financially to any of these organizations, learn how your donations will be used by consulting that organization's "Mission Statement." This usually includes a brief overview of the association's focus and distribution of funds, such as the research they've supported.
- If you're looking for financial assistance as a leukemia patient, contact these organizations directly through their "Contact" page. If the association is unable to help you, they may be able to guide you to the appropriate organization.
- These organizations are also a good place to start if you want housing support or counseling during leukemia treatment. Again, contacting the association directly will usually get you a response.
Medical researchers are always working to develop new medications, treatments and screenings for ... read more »
If you or someone you love has leukemia, you may wish to help in some way. Many organizations and ... read more »