A booklet explaining acute myeloid leukaemia (AML)
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Published: 31 Aug 2018
Next review: 28 Feb 2021
Edition: 14
A booklet explaining acute myeloid leukaemia (AML)
This booklet is about a type of leukaemia called acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). It is for anyone who has been diagnosed with AML, or who wants to know more about it. It also has information for carers, family members and friends.
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Published: 31 Aug 2018
Next review: 28 Feb 2021
Edition: 14
This booklet is about a type of leukaemia called acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). It is for anyone who has been diagnosed with AML, or who wants to know more about it. It also has information for carers, family members and friends.

About this booklet

The booklet explains what AML is, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and coping with AML.

We hope it helps you deal with some of the questions or feelings you may have. We cannot give advice about the best treatment for you. You should talk to your doctor, who knows your medical history.

Visit our online information about AML.

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