From MD Anderson Cancer Centre: AML survivor shares advice for newly diagnosed AML patients

This video was produced by MD Anderson Cancer Centre

When Kenneth Woo received his AML diagnosis, he felt as if he’d received a death sentence. But after undergoing chemotherapy, two clinical trials and a stem cell transplant as part of his AML treatment at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, he has been cancer-free for a decade.

In this video, Woo and his wife Clara share their advice for coping with a new AML diagnosis, making sure you’re getting the best AML treatment and living life fully in spite of AML.

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