Expert Video - What questions should I ask my doctor about AML in children and adolescents?
Listen to expert Dr. Edward Anders Kolb of Nemours Children's Hospital in Wilmington, Delaware, talk about what questions parents and caregivers may want to ask if their child has acute myeloid leukemia (AML), including the likely outcome of treatment, genetic mutations present, about genetic mutations, how well treatment is working, and what to do about side effects. Dr. Kolb explains why it is important to make plans for care and testing after AML treatment and when a child can be considered cancer-free.
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