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Haematological malignancies and women

"There is always a woman in my life there that holds my hand and guides me through the darkness of a reality that women know better than men and what's more they find their way better in darkness".

Gabriel García Márquez

It is obvious that Haematological malignancies equally affect both men and women. However, some aspects of the treatment have a special impact on women. In our blog 'Imparables contra la leucemia' (in Spanish) we will try to analyze in detail some of these aspects and try to solve the most common doubts. Although our analysis will centre on patients with Haematological malignancies, many of the matters discussed can be applied to patients with other kinds of neoplasias which are also treated with chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

All the information is detailed in different articles:

Haematological malignancies and fertility

Haematological malignancies and sexuality

Patients image

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