Active monitoring can be a difficult concept: receiving a diagnosis of blood cancer yet not starting on treatment can be a challenge. In this webinar we aim to explain the principles of active monitoring and the rationale for it, the benefits of this approach, and discuss strategies for coping while on active monitoring.
During the webinar we will hear from both clinicians with experience of supporting individuals with active monitoring, and from people with blood cancer who have experience of this approach.
We will be joined by
- Dr Chris Fox, Consultant Haematologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
- Professor Adam Mead, Consultant Physician and Professor of Haematology, University of Oxford
- John - living with blood cancer
- Denise - living with blood cancer
This webinar is for anyone affected by lymphoma or leukaemia in the UK.
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