Leukaemia: Set mini goals every day
Sharon Hazel’s chronic myeloid leukaemia story
In this two part video, Sharon Hazel talks about how a visit to the doctor for a routine appointment led to a diagnosis with CML. Sharon discusses having a transplant, and how her coping strategies for recovery included setting mini goals every day.
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The Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland would like to thank The Sylvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation for their very generous ongoing support since 1994. The ‘Keeping on Sharing the Journey: Stories of hope and inspiration’ video project was funded by a grant from The Sylvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation.
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