Video number 4. Tips: Take your anti-nausea meds. Be sure to manage your sleep. Try to get ahead of the pain before the course of steroids ends. I don't think I did a very good job of expressing how much pain I am in during this video. As good as I look, I feel horrible. BUT!, I know that it is going to get better. I'm looking forward to it.


Adam Olszewski, MD, of the Alpert Medical School of Brown University talks about Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia and how it is currently treated.


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Hi everyone. I was diagnosed with hairy cell leukemia on 5th July 2016, and I made these videos to help anyone who may find themselves in my position, to see what my process has been and to give some more info of what to expect through diagnosis and treatment xx


Dr Omar Abdel-Wahab from the Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York, presents an update on hairy cell leukemia and the role of BRAF mutations.


Mr. T tells the story of his battle with T-Cell Lymphoma and how he chose to fight.