Navigating the path through a blood cancer diagnosis
Publish Date: 14/4/2016
Learning to live with a blood cancer diagnosis can be challenging and the Leukaemia Foundation’s free education and support programs are designed to help you and your loved ones navigate a way through the journey of diagnosis, treatment and recovery.
“It’s the unknown that keeps me up at night. I can deal with what I know, but the unknown can really eat at me,” myeloma program participant.
The Leukaemia Foundation’s support services team can assist you and your family in understanding new information, including unfamiliar terminologies, as well as help you make informed decisions suited to your personal circumstances.
Education and support events coming up in Sydney include:
- Bone Marrow Transplant session at Dooley’s Catholic Club on Friday, April 22
- National Myeloma Day seminar at Royal North Shore Hospital Colling Building on Monday, May 30. Other seminars will be held around the state
- Annual Education Conference at Rydges, Paramatta on Saturday June 25.
The Leukaemia Foundation has an extensive program of education sessions running throughout the year at various locations, online support and telephone forums are also available. Importantly, all services and support are available at no charge, across metropolitan, regional and rural areas across Australia.
Learn more about our education and support programs, see what’s coming up on our event calendar or contact us today if you would like be on the invitation list.
Are you a supporter who wishes to help the Leukaemia Foundation continue to provide theses important services? We receive no government funding and would greatly welcome your donation today.