Lymphoma, leukaemia, myeloma – it doesn’t matter. Together we’re attacking every blood cancer in every way we possibly can.
It all began in the 1970s, when the Lions Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland realised more could be done to save lives from leukaemia. Since then, the organisation has grown to become the Leukaemia Foundation of Australia, and there’s now more than 100 different types of blood cancer – but our shared determination to save and change lives has never been stronger.
Who we are
Where we stand
We’re continuing to develop a range of position statements to better inform people living with blood cancer on a variety of issues. We’ve also created a Reconciliation Action Plan to address the issues First Nations people face when accessing blood cancer treatment.
Pictured: Chris Tanti, CEO Leukaemia Foundation