Kyle went to hospital with a swollen knee, but his family never suspected the cause of the swelling could be cancer.
Tommy was diagnosed with a rare type of lymphoma after suffering an epileptic seizure.
Mick Zuvelek was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma only three days before his wedding.
When Victorian vet Peter Younis relapsed, he opted to try a clinical trial for a targeted therapy rather than having more chemo.
“We made the decision to go through with having the baby, and then we reached out to the Leukaemia Foundation.”
Jeremy had never had a health scare in his life before being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia.
Janette Elson was living a happy life in a sleepy beachside haven near Bundaberg when life took an unexpected turn.
In 2014, the McKinnon’s lives took a dramatic turn with the news their six-year-old son, Bayley, had leukaemia.
Jess was halfway through Year 11 and enjoying life as a teenager when she was diagnosed with leukaemia.
Three days before Jessica’s wedding, her dad was hospitalised. But Des was determined to walk his daughter down the aisle.
Three years after starting treatment for leukaemia, Josh Sullivan is back to working the family farm.
Lizzie was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia a month before her second birthday.
Peter is very involved with WMozzies, an online support group for patients with Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinaemia.
After completing her Hodgkin lymphoma treatment, Marnie dealt with many issues that are common among survivors.
After experiencing many typical symptoms, Julie was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma.