Questions to Ask
When your child is diagnosed with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia (JMML), you'll probably have questions for his or her oncologist (cancer specialist) and other members of the cancer care team.
You may find it helpful to bring a loved one with you to your doctor's visits for support and to take notes and ask follow-up questions. It's a good idea to prepare questions you'd like to ask when you visit your doctor. You can also record your conversations with your doctor and listen more closely when you get home.
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More Helpful Questions
At different stages during your cancer journey, you may have more questions for your cancer care team as well as for health insurers. Download more questions to ask your healthcare providers.