Life after bone marrow transplant

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      My husband had a bone marrow transplant in September 2021, and I wish I had interacted with people going through the same when all this was happening to us. Of course, we had family and friends via phone calls though many never quite understood the full impact of what had happened to my husband. The reason was mainly due to Auckland being in lockdown. I would love to listen to others who are going through what we are basically still going through, which is adjusting to a new life after a bone marrow transplant.


        Kia ora LifeatNo22nz,

        Thank you for posting your message. Though the website is still active we haven’t had many posts at all lately so it’s great to welcome you. The forum will be undergoing a revamp in the coming months so hopefully this will make it easier for people to post.
        It sounds like you and your family have been through a really tough time- life in lockdown is hard enough and having a transplant and all the adjustments that entails, will certainly be a lot to deal with. We hope others will respond to your message. In the meantime you might be interested in reading or listening to this podcast,
        Thank again for posting,
        Kind regards,
        Cancer Information Nurse

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