Business Partnerships Newsletter
You’re changing lives – thank you!
Welcome to your newly refreshed newsletter, especially for you, our wonderful corporate partners, sponsors and supporters!
We hope you enjoy this special insight into how you’re helping Australians with blood cancer, the latest updates on promising new research and what’s happening in our blood cancer community.
Head of Business Partners
Positive. Heart-warming. Feel Good.
Courtney is celebrating living well one year since her stem cell transplant and six year old Haylen can finally get on with being a ‘normal’ kid.
By year 2035, 22,000 Australians living with blood cancer could be saved through consistent best practice and treatment.
How research is helping children like Flynn
For some children with blood cancer, a stem cell transplant may save their life. Sadly, this same treatment can result in a debilitating and potentially fatal side effect called graft versus host disease (GvHD), where the donor cells treat the child’s body as foreign.
Self-described “poo-thusiast” Dr Hannah Wardill’s latest research is focusing on altering gut health to fight GvHD via a poo transplant into the gut, straight after the stem cell transplant.
Your chance to Set the Standard
We need your help to make sure all Australians get access to the best treatment, no matter who they are or wherever they live.
Be part of Set the Standard, our new public advocacy campaign, to help save 1,375 lives each year just by consistently doing the things we already know work, across Australia
Light the Night
At home, in hospital or from afar… thousands of Australians came together to light their lanterns and shine a light on blood cancer. Thank you for helping to Light the Night!
This beautiful community event wouldn’t have been possible without the passionate support of our fantastic partners Bridgestone, Brydens Lawyers, KOJO, Novartis and Simon National Carriers.
The BEST corporate Christmas gift
When someone is diagnosed with blood cancer, it feels so unfair. But even more unfair is the heart-breaking fact that where you live could determine how good your medical care is.
This Christmas, your workplace can help give regional families facing blood cancer the best gift possible – access to the best treatment, wherever they live.
These are the real-life outcomes that you’re helping make possible.