Helpful Resources for People With Ph+ CML
Whether you have just been diagnosed with Ph+ CML in CP or are already taking SPRYCEL, these informative resources could aid you on your treatment journey.
Visit the Patient Stories page to hear patients
with Ph+ CML in CP discuss their experiences taking SPRYCEL.
If your doctor has prescribed SPRYCEL, you may find it helpful to read the I’ve Got SPRYCEL starter brochure. This brochure covers how Philadelphia chromosome–positive (Ph+) chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) affects your body, how to take SPRYCEL, and possible side effects of treatment. It also highlights information on how to meet other people with Ph+ CML and websites where you can find information and support.
This quick-reference guide helps you prepare for your doctor visit with questions you may want to ask about your treatment with SPRYCEL. You can print it out and bring it along to your appointment as a useful reminder of what you want to ask.
There are CML groups that can provide additional information and resources. You can visit the CML Organizations page to learn more about them.
This list of resources is provided as a convenience. Bristol-Myers Squibb does not endorse and is not responsible for information provided by third-party organizations.