Real Stories: Jennifer
- Published: 31st Aug '10
- Region: Liverpool
- Cancer Type: Acute Promyeloid Leukaemia, Leukaemia
- Tags: Blood Tests, CLIC Sargent, Counselling, Haematology Ward, Macmillan Nurses, Mosaic North, Parents, Support
When she was 21, Jennifer was treated in a single room on an adult haematology ward with lots of support from the staff.
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Dr Stefan Bielack, Medical Director, Department of Paediatric Haematology, Oncology, Immunology; Klinikum Stuttgart – Olgahospital; Stuttgart, Germany