CLL Australian Research Consortium Forum – Sydney - September 2016 - National
Publish Date: 22/8/2016
Ongoing research is resulting in monumental and rapid change in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL), the most commonly diagnosed leukaemia in adults in Australia and other western countries. The CLL Australian Research Consortium (CLL ARAC) Forum 2016 is the perfect opportunity for health professionals to be updated on CLL and Australian clinical trials.
"Always Remember" gold rose release commemorates loved ones lost to blood cancer - National
Publish Date: 12/8/2016
Only a rose of the highest quality could be named “Always Remember’ and its release this spring coincides with the Leukaemia Foundation’s annual Light the Night fundraising walk in cities across Australia on October 7.
Breakthrough in early detection of leukaemia resistance to therapy - National
Publish Date: 28/7/2016
Former Leukaemia Foundation PhD scholar Dr Laura Eadie at the South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and the University of Adelaide's School of Medicine has developed a new test that she believes could be adopted by doctors worldwide.
Leukaemia Foundation’s Victorian Patient Accommodation Centre officially opens its doors. - National
Publish Date: 13/7/2016
The Leukaemia Foundation’s Victorian Patient Accommodation Centre was officially opened by the Minister for Health, Hon Jill Hennessy on Wednesday, revealing 15 new apartments for regional families required to relocate to Melbourne for blood cancer treatment.
Don’t let aggressive blood cancers tear apart families like Tracey’s. - National
Publish Date: 23/6/2016
More research will lead to more effective treatments, which in turn will mean less time in hospital. For young mothers like Tracey, time at home with family is priceless, and has a special power of its own.