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Blood cancer information

Clear, reliable information for people living with blood cancer and their family members, friends, and health professionals.

Information on all types of blood cancer, as well as the blood cancer journey from diagnosis, to treatment, and beyond. There’s also information for carers and friends, and healthcare professionals.

Types of blood cancer

Blood cancer and disorder diagnosis, treatment, and side-effect information
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The blood cancer journey

Specific information depending on where you’re at
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Carers and friends

For carers, family, and friends
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For healthcare professionals

Resources and tools for doctors, nurses, and allied health
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Real stories

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About the Hovon 150 Trial

The aim of the HOVON 150 trial* is to recruit 968 patients with a particular mutation, related to AML.

  • Acute myeloid leukaemia
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You stepped up for Jack and his family in their darkest hour

Jack was 22 years old when he was diagnosed with a dangerous blood disorder called aplastic anaemia.

  • Other blood cancers
  • Treatments and side-effects
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Thank you for keeping Gavin’s family close during a bone marrow transplant

Gavin thought leukaemia was only a children’s cancer until the day his shock diagnosis completely changed his family forever.  

  • Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia
  • Support services
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You’re there for teenagers with blood cancer through every setback and every victory

After relapse last year, Siobhan knew her Leukaemia Foundation family would be there for her again.

  • Support services
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You helped Jenny navigate her diagnosis

Jenny connected with the vital information she needed to find her best treatment and take on her blood cancer with confidence. 

  • Support services
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Long-term research breakthrough

Generous support helped deliver a research breakthrough that could lead to the first drug approved for patients with AL amyloidosis.  

  • Amyloidosis
  • Research
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Professor Peter Mollee