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Information about the cells and functions that make up your blood and lymphatic system.
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What are they, how do they work and why do they help save lives?
What are the different types of leukaemia, and how is it diagnosed?
We have the facts about the most common blood cancer of them all.
Learn more about these blood cancers this Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Find out more about myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cells.
MDS, or myelodysplasia are a group of diseases which all affect the production of normal blood cells in the bone marrow.
In this rare group of disorders, the bone marrow stem cells grow and reproduce abnormally.
Amyloidosis is a rare group of disorders, where protein fibrils deposit and accumulate in organs and tissues of the body, disrupting normal function.
Aplastic anaemia is a rare disorder in which the bone marrow fails to produce enough blood cells.
WM is a blood cancer that closely resembles indolent lymphoma in its progression as a disease.
FA is an inherited (genetic) complex and rare blood disorder.
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Information about targeted therapies and biological therapies.
If your blood cancer does not respond (or is resistant) to treatment, it is known as ‘refractory cancer’.
Supportive Care aims to improve your quality of life by relieving symptoms and preventing/treating disease or treatment complications.
For safe access to medication in Australia, each drug is assessed and must be approved by regulatory bodies.