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We specialise in research, caring for, managing and treating people who may have a range of ongoing health problems - late effects - caused by blood cancer or its treatment.

What are late effects?

The term late effects is used to describe health problems caused by cancer or its treatments, including stem cell transplantation, that occur months or years after completion of therapy. 

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Healthy living after transplantation

Most bone marrow and blood stem cell transplantation patients lead healthy, active lives. But some may develop delayed complications as a result of previous illness and treatment. Fortunately, these complications can be managed or reduced, particularly when identified early. 

Our patient resources provide health information on a range of topics to help people live a healthy life after transplantation.

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Late Effects Clinic

We specialise in caring for, managing and treating people who may have a range of ongoing health problems caused by blood cancer or its treatment.
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