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[This] is Blood Cancer Awareness Month

#ThisIsBloodCancer

More people are being diagnosed with and losing their lives to blood cancer in Australia and right around the world each year. 

We know that people with blood cancer have the best chance of surviving and living well when they’re diagnosed quickly and treated with the best medicines.   

Blood cancer is Australia’s second most diagnosed cancer, but it’s not on people’s radar in the same way as breast cancer, melanoma or prostate cancer.

This low awareness is a world-wide problem and that’s why the Leukaemia Foundation has united with our colleagues in the United Kingdom, America, Canada and New Zealand to get the blood cancer message out to as many people as possible. 

We can’t do this alone. 

Please help us spread the message through sharing some really important information about blood cancer with your family, with your friends and everyone you know.   

Learn about blood cancer signs and symptoms here>>

Monuments around Australia and the world are lighting up in red to raise awareness of blood cancer.

Find out where here

Introduction to Blood Cancer

Five patients open our eyes to blood cancer

Five blood cancer leaders are taking the conversation global

Help us take the blood cancer conversation global  

We need your help to raise awareness of blood cancer this Blood Cancer Awareness Month and we’ve aimed to make this as easy as possible.  

Check out our:  

  • Four downloadable social tiles with important blood cancer stats – one to share each week in September  – Download Here
  • Draft content to support these posts – Download Here
  • For work, a zoom/teams background to show your supportDownload Here
  • Don’t forget #ThisIsBloodCancer, #bloodcancerawarenessmonth, #bloodcancer 
  • And TAG us so we can say hi!  

The Leukaemia Foundation is proudly taking blood cancer awareness global with our international colleagues

Learn about blood cancer signs and symptoms

Read more here

Blood cancer signs and symptoms

Events This Month

Check out our support groups and education seminars

Events

Help us Light the Night

Shine a light on blood cancer in your own special way

Light the Night
Young woman and man holding a blue Light the Night lantern in their living room

Read our Current News Stories

People living with blood cancer talk about their experience.

Illustration of a mobile phone flashing 'News' on the screen

Share your story

Share your story about living with a blood cancer

Illustration of various people standing in a crowd

Accelerate Blood Cancer Research

Donate today to fast track blood cancer research and save more lives like Ella’s.

Blood Cancer Spring Appeal