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Question DetailsAsked on 4/19/2013

Do home cleaning services exist for leukemia patients?

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I am not sure why cleaning services would be different for a leukemia patient. You should talk to your doctor about any specific chemicals or cleaning agents to avoid, and make sure the cleaning person knows you have fragile health and don't want any strong smelling cleaning chemicals used.

I would recommend you arrange for an early morning cleaning with the cleaning person opening upstairs windows for a thorough airing out afterwards, and stay out of the house for the whole day if possible. Also, of course, if you are on chemo talk to your doctor, and avoid having the cleaning done during your recuperation period.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD




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