Lifeblood: Issue 1, 2020 | Leukaemia Foundation

Lifeblood: Issue 1, 2020

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Neda Master

The one in 110,000: Neda's story

Neda was told she had lymphoma, when her diagnosis changed to myeloma nearly an hour before treatment. Read her incredible story and why she is optimistic for her future.

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Caring for the Carer

A free online course for carers of people living with blood cancer.

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Khai Li Chai

Investing in the researchers of tomorrow, today

Read about one of the Leukaemia Foundation’s PhD Scholarship recipients, Dr Khai Li Chai and her research focus.

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Professor Timothy Hughes

Meet Professor Tim Hughes from the Blood Cancer Taskforce

Find out why Professor Hughes is passionate about helping people with blood cancer.

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Murdoch Health and Knowledge Precinct

WA project a step forward for people with blood cancer

The new Murdoch Health & Knowledge precinct will revolutionize the treatment experience.

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Davina Sickerdick in London

Davina's selfless generosity could spark research breakthrough

Her Gift in Will is a lasting commitment to others facing blood cancer.

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Blood Cancer Taskforce

Australia's Top 100 Blood Cancer Minds are on a mission

Our Blood Cancer Taskforce will deliver Australia’s first National Strategic Action Plan for Blood Cancer.

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Louis from the Christmas Appeal

Louis' family thank you for amazing Christmas spirit

An update from Louis – the star of our 2018 Christmas Appeal.

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Dr Carrie Hillyard

Meet our new chairman, Dr Carrie Hillyard

Dr Hillyard is taking over from Beverley Mirolo OAM as chairman of the Leukaemia Foundation.

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Keep your wheels turning for blood cancer

For every Bridgestone Turanza Serenity Plus tyre sold, $2 will be donated to support the Leukaemia Foundation’s National Transport Program.

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Anthony Muscara

Join Team Beat Blood Cancer

Anthony Muscara took on the Spartan Race after his diagnosis of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML).

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