Life after a stem cell transplant comes with its own set of challenges, and leaving hospital for the first time can be both a happy but daunting experience. Some people find their recovery is relatively straightforward, but for others it can be very difficult and demanding.
Every person’s recovery is unique and these pages are here to help and support you throughout this journey.
The Life section focuses on how you can get yourself back to a new normal after your stem cell transplant. It has information and advice on a wide range of topics that are important for your recovery, including exercise and diet. You can also learn about the financial support that is available to you and how to prepare for your return to either work or education.
You can find more information, support and advice on the following topics:
If you have a query or question that isn’t covered here, the clinical nurse specialist (CNS) at your hospital will be able to help or put you in contact with someone who can.
Alternatively, you could talk to a member of the Anthony Nolan Patient Services team on 0303 303 0303 or email@example.com.
We also have advice for family members who are caring for someone who has had a stem cell transplant here.
Information published: 13/11/18
Next review due: 13/11/21