Patients being treated for leukemia often require frequent visits to the cancer center, either for their therapies or to check their blood counts or to manage the toxicities of therapy. Even without treatments, often leukemia patients require frequent blood transfusions or antibiotics. These frequent visits to the cancer center can be quite intrusive and challenging. Sometimes the best way to support a loved one who has been diagnosed with leukemia is to offer assistance or companionship during these frequent visits to the cancer center.
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