The most common type of treatment for blood cancers is chemotherapy. This can range from being very intensive to less intensive therapy, depending on your blood cancer. You may need to be admitted to hospital to receive all, or part, of your chemotherapy. Otherwise, you will receive treatment as an outpatient in our day treatment unit. Your medical and nursing team can provide you with more specific information. Chemotherapy is often delivered through access to your veins, either on the arm or through a centrally inserted device. Sometimes, chemotherapy can be given orally, or as an injection into body tissue and/or spinal fluid. You may only need chemotherapy for your blood cancer, or if needed, in combination with any of the following treatments.