Make Blood Cancer Visible
Pharmaceutical company Janssen are hoping to Make Blood Cancer Visible this Blood Cancer Awareness Month and beyond.
To support patients and their families, this campaign asked people impacted by blood cancer to help make themselves visible either by sharing images or personal stories of their journey with blood cancer.
These have been gathered into the Make Blood Cancer Visible Patient Perspectives book – a beautiful collection of stories shared by Australians who have faced blood cancer. The Leukaemia Foundation is proud to have been involved with the production of this book, which is filled with our facts and statistics, along with stories of people who have used our services.
Click here or on the image below to download the book.
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