My father is suffering in blood cancer

my father is suffering in blood cancer

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Dear @Hanif
Thank you for posting and we are very sorry to hear that your Father has blood cancer. I really hope you find the forum a supportive and informative space.
May I ask which type of blood cancer your Father has? This will help in us supporting you and him in the future.
If it is easier, you can call us to talk this through, our support line is a free and confidential service for all people with blood cancer, their friends and family, and for anyone worried about blood cancer, the number is 0808 2080 888.
Kind regards


Hello Hanif a great big welcome, I expect you are both in shock at your father’s blood cancer diagnosis.
It just shows how caring you must be to post on here.
It would really be interesting to find out more about yourselves and how you are both coping.
The most important thing is that you both look after yourselves.
@GemmaBloodCancerUK has given you a great reply.
The Blood Cancer UK website has a lot of great information on it.
I really look forward to hearing from you again soon.

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give me whatsapp number that i send you my father reports

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Hi @Hanif that is very kind of you but at this point we do not need your fathers reports as they are only part of how his medical team are making decisions on what treatments he needs or not.
I was just wondering whether you live in the UK or not as treatment regimes are also very different all over the world.
It would be useful to know which blood cancer your father has. I have Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL).
I expect it is very hard for you supporting your father.
Please do look after yourself as well
We are here for you both.
Look after yourselves and I look forward to hearing more about you both.

if i send you my father disease reports you check it and give me suggestion that what i do

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Good afternoon @Hanif
This Forum is not a space for any of us to be able to comment on individual blood results or reports. Medical teams that are looking after your Father are best placed to advise and suggest options for him, as they will know his past medical history, his symptoms and medications.
We can help you with preparing some questions for his team, if you are unsure what to ask them and you can arrange an appointment to see them; just let us know. Does your Father have a specialist nurse or a cancer support worker? You may be able to contact them and ask for advice if you are worried.
It does sound like you are concerned about him, so do know you can call our support line if you want to talk.
Best wishes to you both. Heidi.

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Hi @Hanif @Heidi_BloodCancerUK and @GemmaBloodCancerUK have given you great responses.
I thinking it is so difficult for family members emotionally and practically when they care as much as you obviously do about a loved one.
As @Heidi_BloodCancerUK has said we are not able to comment on individual blood results or tests.
We are here for you to support you so you can have a place to say how it really is being
you at the moment and the Blood Cancer UK support line is also there for you on 0808 2080 888.
Be kind to yourselves

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