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

Keren Stronach, MPH, a survivor of two bone marrow transplants, has written a reassuring, knowledgeable, and practical guidebook for transplant survivors living with late effects. It offers information on a number of post-transplant topics, such as Chronic Graft Versus Host Disease, Emotional Well-Being, Sexuality and Intimacy, Returning to Work, and Caring for Your Body. Throughout the publication, Stronach weaves in the experience of 61 other transplant survivors, providing advice and information on what to expect in the years following transplant.

The nbmtLINK values your opinions and would like to hear what you think about the Survivorship Guide.  When you are finished reading this publication, please take our five-minute online survey at: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22A3DRFVB6B

Your feedback will be used to help evaluate the Survivorship Guide and aid us in the creation of future programs and resources for bone marrow/stem cell transplant survivors. 


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