Leukemia Survivor Says Symptoms Were First Dismissed as “Teen Hormones” & Now Has Early Menopause from Treatment; “I Kept Getting Told to Change My Lifestyle”

Published Jan 27, 2021

Leukemia Survivor Says Symptoms Were First Dismissed as “Teen Hormones” & Now Has Early Menopause from Treatment; “I Kept Getting Told to Change My Lifestyle”

A UK teen is going through menopause after treatment for acute myeloid leukemia; her early symptoms, which included bone pain, were brushed off and she was prescribed opioids.

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