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Events calendar

Whether you’re looking to learn more about blood cancer, attend an educational webinar or get involved with one of our fundraising events, you’ll find all the latest calendar of events here.

If you’d like to know a bit more about our Online Support Groups and Webinars before you register for one you can learn more about them here or check out some of the previous webinar recordings.

Support – 7 February, 2024 7:00pm-8:30pm

20s to 40s Peer Support Group (7 Feb – 3 Apr)

Online via Zoom

Being diagnosed with blood cancer / disorder throws a young adult’s world into turmoil.  Whether you were diagnosed 1 month, 1 year or many years ago – a diagnosis can have immediate and long-lasting effects.  We understand young adults often feel alone & seek connection with others in their age & stage of life ‘who just get it’. 

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Sophie Gray AML in treatment
Support – 29 February, 2024 11:30am – 1:00pm

Support Group – Topic: Living a meaningful life

Online via Zoom

The questions of ‘what is the meaning of life’ & ‘what’s my purpose’ are significantly profound questions, particularly when diagnosed with blood cancer. Some find significant meaning & purpose, while other’s lose sight of this after a diagnosis. Either way, you are not alone. Together we will explore this existential topic in a safe & supportive environment, along with some guidance around how to reconnect with meaning & purpose in your own life.

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Support – 5 March, 2024 1:30pm-2:30pm

Men’s Blood Cancer Support Group – Topic: Living with uncertainty

Online via Zoom

Loneliness is not about a lack of people around you nor about solitude and peace of being comfortable with yourself. Loneliness can be described as the feeling of not being seen, heard, understood or valued. A blood cancer / disorder diagnosis can amplify these feelings. The physical and mental health effects of loneliness are significant.

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Vince O'Donnell
Support – 12 March, 2024 7:00pm – 8:30pm

General Evening Support Group – Topic: Living with uncertainty

Online via Zoom

Many aspects of a blood cancer diagnosis can put us in a state of ‘not knowing’ or being unsure about the future. This can lead to feelings of stress, anxiety and helplessness. However, uncertainty is an unavoidable part of life. In this group we will discuss how uncertainty shows up in our lives and share strategies on how to cope with uncertainty in healthy ways.

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Support – 14 March, 2024 1:30pm – 3:00pm

Watch & Wait Support Group – Topic: Living with uncertainty

Online via Zoom

Many aspects of a blood cancer diagnosis can put us in a state of ‘not knowing’ or being unsure about the future. This can lead to feelings of stress, anxiety and helplessness. However, uncertainty is an unavoidable part of life. In this group we will discuss how uncertainty shows up in our lives and share strategies on how to cope with uncertainty in healthy ways.

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Vince, who was diagnosed with amyloidosis, smiles at the camera with his partner Terri
Support – 19 March, 2024 1.00pm-2.30pm (VIC / TAS / NSW / ACT)

Webinar – Immunotherapy and blood cancer

Online via Zoom

Many researchers are discovering new ways to treat blood cancer. You may have heard about Car-T and other forms of immunotherapy. You may have questions about it and wonder whether it could be for you. While there is a lot of information available, finding relevant and reliable information can be challenging.

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Sage Wilder with Patient
Support – 28 March, 2024 1:00pm – 2:30pm

Support Group – Topic: Living with uncertainty

Online via Zoom

Many aspects of a blood cancer diagnosis can put us in a state of ‘not knowing’ or being unsure about the future. This can lead to feelings of stress, anxiety and helplessness. However, uncertainty is an unavoidable part of life. In this group we will discuss how uncertainty shows up in our lives and share strategies on how to cope with uncertainty in healthy ways.

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