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What to ask your doctor about chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML)

Men and women discussing Chronic myeloid leukaemia

Some questions you might ask your doctor

  • How would I know if I had a form of chronic leukaemia?
  • Am I more likely to develop leukaemia than anyone else?
  • I have some swollen glands in my neck – how can you be sure that they are an infection and not leukaemia?
  • Is there anything I can do to reduce my risk of developing chronic leukaemia?
  • Are there guidelines for when someone should see a specialist if they have symptoms that could be due to leukaemia?
  • A family member has CML – am I at increased risk of developing it?
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Updated: 4 November 2014