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It's normal to want support while living with cancer. Since CAR T-cell therapy (CAR T) involves many different steps, you may need support in ways you haven't needed before. You may be surprised at the number of people and organizations out there that can help you.

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Who can I ask for support?

You can build a circle of support based on your specific needs. Everyone's support system will look different and it doesn't have to be an existing circle of close family and friends. Here are some common examples:

  • Family, friends, and community
  • Hired care worker
  • CAR T treatment team
  • Advocacy and support groups
  • Primary cancer healthcare team
  • Other healthcare professionals
  • CAR T manufacturer

Many CAR T medical centers and advocacy groups have people whose role is to help you find the support you need—you don't have to figure it all out on your own.

Who can I ask for support?

Illustration of a support team including healthcare team, family, and friend.

Patient and caregiver stories:
How we found support

“Our community really did come together and try to help all they could—our church family, our friends."

- Darrin, CAR T patient