Don’t despair Franko, at times the news we are getting from all sources, especally the media, has to be taken with a pinch of salt. Some news outlets seem to have an agenda. I have reduced my News and TV input substantially over the last several months. I rely on what I consider is the best and most well meaning advice. So far that is Blood Cancer UK. I also find that I can only absorb a certain amount of information. It helps if you are a ‘Bottle Half Full’ person, as I think I am, and I personally put my faith in the experts we hear from at Blood Cancer UK.
I really do believe that over time, things will improve substantially for ‘Blood Cancer’ sufferers, (but it will take time I’m afraid’) However personally, I have a plan A, B,C, and so on if needed. In the meantime, my advice to you would be, to keep yourself relatively fit and eat healthy. with, It doesn’t matter what you do, or at what level, as long as you are doing something consistently. At the end of the day, it may come down to us doing our 'Health and Safety checks, and making the decision, either to sit at home for ever, or get out and about sensibly. I do not think, that it is going to come to that, however, and things will get better, for you. (Hard though it may be for you to accept this Franko.) All the very best to you. Ron