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What questions might a doctor ask the parents of a child who is suspected of having leukemia?

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Dr. Muhammad-ali Zaydan
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Care givers, and num

The first and most important aspect in taking care of a child is to identify the type of leukemia.
However, the main two questions for a doctor to ask are: 1- a child with leukenia needs full time physical and psychological support, for that reason the dr. Needs to identify the proper care givers. 2- it is very important the availability of full siblings to prepare for possible bone transplant.

In brief: Care givers, and num

The first and most important aspect in taking care of a child is to identify the type of leukemia.
However, the main two questions for a doctor to ask are: 1- a child with leukenia needs full time physical and psychological support, for that reason the dr. Needs to identify the proper care givers. 2- it is very important the availability of full siblings to prepare for possible bone transplant.
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