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After leukemia treatment endsAAfter leukemia treatment endsAfter Leukemia Treatment EndsEnglishOncologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)BodySkeletal systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2018-03-06T05:00:00ZOussama Abla, MDDanielle Weidman, MDKarin Landenberg, MD000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p> Learn how to manage your fears and anxieties once your child's leukemia treatment ends.</p><p>Completing leukemia treatment is an important milestone. Although friends and family may view this as a time to celebrate, you might feel otherwise. While you may be excited for your child, you may also feel anxious and scared. </p><h2> Key points </h2><ul><li>It is normal to feel excited but also anxious after your child's leukemia treatment ends.</li><li>Make sure to get a written summary of your child's leukemia treatment from your doctor once their therapy ends.</li></ul>
Après la fin des traitements contre la leucémieAAprès la fin des traitements contre la leucémieAfter leukemia treatment endsFrenchOncologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)BodySkeletal systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2018-03-06T05:00:00ZOussama Abla, MDDanielle Weidman, MDKarin Landenberg, MDFlat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Apprenez de quelle façon gérer vos craintes et votre anxiété une fois que les traitements contre la leucémie de votre enfant se terminent.</p><p>La fin du traitement est une étape importante. Si les amis et la famille trouvent le moment propice aux réjouissances, vous pourriez le percevoir autrement. Même si vous êtes content pour votre enfant, vous pourriez aussi éprouver de l’anxiété et des craintes.</p><h2>À retenir</h2> <ul><li>Il est normal de se sentir heureux, mais aussi anxieux, une fois que les traitements de votre enfant contre la leucémie sont terminés.</li><li>Assurez-vous d’obtenir de votre médecin un rapport médical résumant le traitement de votre enfant une fois la thérapie contre la leucémie terminée.</li></ul>

 

 

After leukemia treatment ends2866.00000000000After leukemia treatment endsAfter Leukemia Treatment EndsAEnglishOncologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)BodySkeletal systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2018-03-06T05:00:00ZOussama Abla, MDDanielle Weidman, MDKarin Landenberg, MD000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p> Learn how to manage your fears and anxieties once your child's leukemia treatment ends.</p><p>Completing leukemia treatment is an important milestone. Although friends and family may view this as a time to celebrate, you might feel otherwise. While you may be excited for your child, you may also feel anxious and scared. </p><h2> Key points </h2><ul><li>It is normal to feel excited but also anxious after your child's leukemia treatment ends.</li><li>Make sure to get a written summary of your child's leukemia treatment from your doctor once their therapy ends.</li></ul><p>It is normal for you and your child to have mixed feelings at this time. You and your child have spent a great deal of time at the hospital receiving a variety of treatments and tests. Although this has been a stressful time, being surrounded by the medical team and staff may have brought a sense of comfort and reassurance. When your child’s treatment ends, you may feel that this sense of support is taken away. </p> <p>It is natural to be concerned and you will likely have many questions. Talking with your child’s care team can help make this transition easier for you. </p> <p>At the end of your child’s therapy, ask your doctor for a written summary of your child’s leukemia treatment. Make sure it includes:</p><p> </p><ul><li>types and doses of drugs</li> <li>radiation dose, if your child was given radiation therapy</li> <li> type of surgical procedures performed, if any</li> <li>any significant complications during treatment </li></ul>https://assets.aboutkidshealth.ca/AKHAssets/after_leukemia_treatment_ends.jpgAfter leukemia treatment endsFalse

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