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Every person touched by blood cancer has a unique and important story to tell.

Your story counts

Stories are our most powerful tool to spread awareness of blood cancer, to inspire others going through a diagnosis and to encourage support from the wider community.

Whether you are living with a blood cancer, a carer of a loved one battling the disease, a researcher, a policy-maker or one of our valued supporters, fundraisers, members or volunteers – we want to hear your story.

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Read our latest inspiring stories:

15 minutes with haematology nurse Carmel Woodrow

  • Interviews with experts
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Talking Blood Cancer with Carmel Woodrow

Jennifer was diagnosed with myeloma at 27 years old

  • Myeloma
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Jennifer Marx

Navigating a rare blood disease as a mother of five: Fiona’s story

  • Myelodysplastic syndromes
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Fiona McWhirter

Expert Series: Associate Professor Nada Hamad on the importance of clinical trials

When talking to her patients, clinical haematologist and researcher Associate Professor Nada Hamad always considers their eligibility for a clinical trial

  • Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
  • Interviews with experts
  • Research
  • Treatments and side-effects
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Associate Professor Nada Hamad - clinical haematologist and researcher

Dealing with the emotions of clearing out a home after a loved one dies

Feelings of helplessness and confusion are common after losing a loved one and everything you need to do can be overwhelming. 

  • Grief and loss
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Clearing out the house

Learning to live around our grief

Grief is very much part of our lives - it’s not something separate and it's not just about dying or death, it's around endings, according to psychotherapist, Dr Stephanie Thompson.  

  • Grief and loss
  • Treatments and side-effects
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Dr Stephanie Thompson