June's lymphoma story | Leukaemia Foundation

Lymphoma: I had no symptoms at all

Blood Cancer Awareness Month hub

June Buckley was diagnosed with a blood cancer called lymphoma. The following are all June’s words, shared with the Leukaemia Foundation to help raise awareness of blood cancer during September’s Blood Cancer Awareness Month 2019. You can share your story, too, by clicking here.

I had no symptoms at all. 

My lymphoma was picked up on my routine mammogram.

This type of cancer in the breast is very rare.  .04% I was told.
I was then referred to haematology.

Ladies – never miss your 2 year screening!

Posted on September 16th, 2019

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