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Grief and loss after blood cancer

This section aims to help you deal with grief and loss in your life, no matter the form that may take.

blood-cancer-grief-support-servicesIt may be you’re grieving a loved one lost to blood cancer; facing what to do once treatment options are exhausted; or want advice on how to manage other losses in your life due to a diagnosis. We have put together some guides that may help you at this difficult time.



The death of a loved one is one of the most challenging losses to face.

Palliative care

Palliative care

Palliative care is about living as well as possible with a serious illness.

Getting my affairs in order

Getting your affairs in order

Organising your legal, health, and finance-related matters – for all stages of a diagnosis.

Online Blood Cancer Support Service

Visit our online support service for blood cancer patients

Would you like to talk to someone?

Fill out this form to speak with a Blood Cancer Support Coordinator

Support groups

Join one of our regular support groups

Last updated on October 24th, 2023

Developed by the Leukaemia Foundation in consultation with people living with a blood cancer, Leukaemia Foundation support staff, haematology nursing staff and/or Australian clinical haematologists. This content is provided for information purposes only and we urge you to always seek advice from a registered health care professional for diagnosis, treatment and answers to your medical questions, including the suitability of a particular therapy, service, product or treatment in your circumstances. The Leukaemia Foundation shall not bear any liability for any person relying on the materials contained on this website.