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Participate in a Clinical Trial on Leukemia

ClinicalTrials.gov is an easy-to-use Web site that provides regularly updated information about federally and privately supported clinical trials, including more than 1000 open studies on Leukemia.

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How to Tell Your Family You Have Cancer

Every person has a different way of handling news that a loved one has cancer. Many people react with shock, disbelief and even anger when they're first given the news. There is no "right way" for you and your family to feel about your diagnosis. Here are some suggestions for helping your family help you.

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Leukemia for Caregivers

Caregivers' need for information and support is as great as it is for the person with cancer. Many of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's patient service programs are available for both patients and caregivers. With careful planning, good self-care and a knowledge of available help, your job will be easier.

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Financial Support – Drug Assistance Programs

While you may or may not have insurance, there are times when you may need help with payment for your drugs. This is an information resource to help you find out what drug assistance programs might be available to assist you in getting your medications.

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Find Best-Selling Books on Leukemia at Amazon.com

Extensive list of books on Amazon that discuss all aspects of leukemia including childhood and adult leukemia, 100 Q&A about leukemia, and guides to surviving leukemia. Shopping on Amazon is so easy; they have great prices, great books, and free shipping (depending on the size of your order.)

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Join a Support Group for Large Granular Lymphocyte Leukemia: Yahoo Groups

An informative Leukemia online cancer support group with the primary purpose of providing a medium for communication between people of all ages who have or have had Leukemia, caregivers, or people who have a significant interest in the disease. Membership is free.

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Help Find a Cure for Leukemia – Give Intelligently with Charity Navigator

Give intelligently. Use The Charity Navigator to help find a cure for leukemia. Charity Navigator assesses the financial health of over 5,000 of America's best-known charities. Its rating system examines how responsibly a charity functions day-to-day, as well as how well positioned it is to sustain its programs over time.

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