Leukemia
 
The National Cancer Institute leukemia page provides information on the major types of leukemia. 
  
The National Library of Medicine adult acute lymphocytic leukemia page provides links to authoritative articles covering the basics overview, latest news, diagnosis/symptoms, treatment, prevention/screening), learning more (alternative therapies, coping, specific conditions), research and reference shelf. 
  
The National Library of Medicine acute adult myeloid leukemia page provides links to authoritative articles covering the basics overview, latest news, diagnosis/symptoms, treatment, prevention/screening), learning more (alternative therapies, coping, specific conditions), research and reference shelf. 
 
The National Library of Medicine adult chronic lymphocytic leukemia page provides links to authoritative articles covering the basics overview, latest news, diagnosis/symptoms, treatment, prevention/screening), learning more (alternative therapies, coping, specific conditions), research and reference shelf.  
 
The National Library of Medicine adult chronic myeloid leukemia page provides links to authoritative articles covering the basics overview, latest news, diagnosis/symptoms, treatment, prevention/screening), learning more (alternative therapies, coping, specific conditions), research and reference shelf. 
  
The National Library of Medicine childhood leukemia page provides links to authoritative articles covering the basics overview, latest news, diagnosis/symptoms, treatment, prevention/screening), learning more (alternative therapies, coping, specific conditions), research and reference shelf. 
 
In addition to supporting research for the cure of blood cancers, this organization offers comprehensive information and support programs to patients, families and caregivers.  For example, their Co-Pay Assistance Program offers financial support towards the cost of insurance co-payments for those who qualify medically and financially.
 
 
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This page is maintained by the librarian at Mercy Hospital in Scranton, a member of the Health Information Library Network of Northeastern Pennsylvania (HILNNEP). 
 
Last updated: February 3, 2013