After treatment for CML
After your treatment is completed, you'll have regular check-ups and possibly blood tests. These will probably continue for several years.
If you have any problems, or notice any new symptoms in between these times, let your doctor know as soon as possible.
For people whose treatment is over apart from regular check-ups, our JASCAP booklet on Life after cancer gives useful advice on how to keep healthy and adjust to life after cancer treatment.
Living with and after CML
Cancer can affect many areas of your life such as your finances, work, your emotions and relationships. Find information and advice about what the effects might be, how to deal with them and how we can help.
Find practical advice on the possible financial impact of a cancer diagnosis, including what benefits you might be entitled to.
Information on dealing with day-to-day problems, including work, travel, and travel insurance.
Information on the emotions you might experience as a result of your cancer diagnosis, ways that you might manage them and other sources of support.
Relationships and communication
Advice on how to talk to other people, talking to children, relationships and sexuality.
How we can help
Find out about the ways in which JASCAP can offer you information and support.