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Blood cancer and coronavirus COVID-19

Blood cancer and coronavirus COVID-19

Updated Thursday 07 May 2020

This page has the latest information and advice about COVID-19 for people living with blood cancer, including lymphoma, leukaemia, myeloma and related blood disorders.

The Australasian Leukaemia & Lymphoma Group (ALLG) has also developed an Information Sheet about the coronavirus in collaboration with the Leukaemia Foundation and eight other key Australian cancer organisations.

The ALLG Information Sheet also contains a list of helpful sites and resources. Download it here.

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Blood cancer and COVID-19: FAQs

Frequently asked questions about COVID-19 for people living with blood cancer.

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Stay connected

There are lots of ways to get in touch, including our new simple online form.

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Reduce your risk of infection

People being treated for blood cancer may be at a higher risk of developing an infection. Read our advice about the precautions you can take now to help prevent infection.

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COVID-19 and the effect on stem cell donations

Global travel and movement restrictions are having an impact on the usual process for transporting live stem cells. Read more about the impact here.

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What Leukaemia Foundation services are affected?

Get all the latest service updates on transport, accommodation, and more.

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Tips for staying well in mind and body during coronavirus

14 ways to looking after your health and wellbeing

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Blood Cancer Doesn't Stop: Our Stories

Read about life with blood cancer during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Download the COVIDSafe app

The COVIDSafe app is a measure we can all take to help support and protect Australians living with blood cancer.

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