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Once your treatment is completed, you’ll have regular check-ups and x-rays.
These check-ups will continue for several years. Many people find that for a while they get very anxious before the appointments. This is natural. It may help to get support from family, friends or a support organisation| during this time. You can also talk to us|.
If you have any problems, or notice any new symptoms| between these times, let your hospital doctor know as soon as possible.
Samples of blood will be taken regularly throughout your follow-up to check your general health and the number of normal and abnormal cells in the blood.
Content last reviewed: 1 July 2011
Next planned review: 2013
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