Myelosuppression also referred to as bone marrow suppression — is a decrease in bone marrow activity resulting in reduced production of blood cells. This condition is a common side effect of chemotherapy.
Second part of Ruth’s story, this time Ruth talks us through her experiences of having chemotherapy and its side effects.
Stacy was diagnosed at 21 years old with an aggressive primitive neuroectodermal tumour back in 2007 after months of visiting her GP with symptoms of passing blood and a large lump on her side. Stacy eventually requested an opinion from […]
Here we see Peter show a more serious side to himself in an open and honest film about his upcoming operation – a chest operation to remove his “moobs” after having putting so much weight on with steroid treatment before […]
A talk explaining a new idea in mobile phone technology for patients experiencing side effects from treatment, with information on how it works and the system in place. Patients can receive information about their specific symptoms from a qualified source […]