As a caregiver, you have the important and often challenging role of providing emotional and physical support for someone with relapsed/refractory AML. If you already have experience as a caregiver for someone with AML, you may notice that your role evolves as the disease changes. If this is your first time caring for someone with AML, you may be unsure of what your role is. Know that you and your loved one are never alone, and that support is there for you each step of the way.
Here are some additional links that may provide more resources for you and your loved ones. Organizations, including some of the ones listed, can provide help in finding ways to pay for medicines, transportation, and other types of support services. Depending on the treatment, the manufacturer may have a support program to help you. Bristol Myers Squibb takes no responsibility for the content of these resources.