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Survivorship Guide for Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant
Coping with Late Effects

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Regardless of how we are faring post transplant – whether our health is fully restored or we continue to grapple with physical and emotional challenges – we are here to tell the tale. The transplant may have changed the direction of our lives in ways we never imagined. Each of our stories is unique and is part of a larger tapestry of stories of tragedy and triumph, of loss and hope. The challenge each of us faces is to find ways to live this complicated, beautiful, painful, and miraculous life to the best of our abilities. Itzhak Perlman played an entire concerto on a violin with only three strings. Given who you are today, how much music can you make? What are you going to do to live your one precious life as richly and fully as possible?

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