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COVID-19 delivers difficult times for blood cancer patients – and more challenges lay ahead

The Leukaemia Foundation has more than doubled the support of people living with blood cancer since COVID-19 hit Australian shores and is warning of more difficult times ahead.

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Providing a home full of heart

The Nield family were overwhelmed by the care provided by the Leukaemia Foundation while their seven-year-old son Hodgkin lymphoma.

  • Hodgkin lymphoma
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Volunteering helped me find my new love!

Ian wasn't expecting to find love when he signed up to be a volunteer driver!

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Volunteers Ian and Lyn stand beside a Leukaemia Foundation transport car

Burden on rural patients lightened

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Making personalised care possible

We've launched a new project to understand what people with CLL go through.

  • Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
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Cancer Concierge Pilot: Assessing CLL needs and providing targeted interventions

More than 80 people with CLL signed up for the Leukaemia Foundation’s Cancer Concierge pilot program that ran for six months, is now closed, and is being evaluated.

  • Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
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Kim Pendelton, a participant in the Cancer Concierge pilot program, with Cancer Concierge Coordinator, Katherine Treble.

How we can help you

Our comprehensive range of programs provides information and practical and emotional support.

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Introducing ReadSpeaker

Find out about the ReadSpeaker tool on our website information pages.

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Harley’s lymphoma tumour shock

Harley and his family stayed in Leukaemia Foundation accommodation during his Burkitt's lymphoma treatment.

  • Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
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Keeping the wheels in motion

Thanks to Holden’s generous support, more than 4500 Australian families are able to get to and from hospital for vital treatment each year – free of charge.

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