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Being involved in your care can help you feel more in control.
When you feel well enough you could:
Understanding your illness and its treatment means you’ll be better prepared to cope with your situation. If there’s anything you don’t understand about your treatment, its side effects and possible outcomes, it’s important to ask. It’s also important to tell the doctors and nurses if you have new symptoms or side effects and also how your mood is.
Content last reviewed: 1 December 2011
Next planned review: 2013
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