Lymphoma e-News: October 2019 | Leukaemia Foundation

Lymphoma e-News: October 2019

Bronwyn advocated for when and where she was treated

By the time Bronwyn Bisley was finally given a diagnosis, via Skype in April 2018, she already knew she had Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) – she’d worked that out for herself!

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WhiMSICAL study - on the way to 1000 participants and 'big data'

The diagnosis, treatment, symptom and side-effect details of more than 400 people with Waldenström’s macroglobulanaemia (WM) from 18 countries are recorded on the WhiMSICAL study – the first global WM registry.

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'First of its kind' blood cancer report proposes new optimal care pathway for people with lymphoma

As one of the three main blood cancers, lymphoma features prominently in the Leukaemia Foundation’s State of the Nation: Blood Cancer in Australia report, released last month.

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ABMDR recruitment campaign - 5000 new stem cell donors by September 2020

More than 600 Australians have a potentially life-saving stem cell transplant each year and of those needing a matched unrelated donor, more than 80% of their donors are sourced overseas.

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Shine a light on blood cancer at Light the Night

Light the Night is the Leukaemia Foundation’s beautiful evening lantern walk that is held each year across Australia.

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