Beating blood cancer since 1960
Here with you

You’re not alone.

38,000 people are diagnosed with a blood cancer every year and there are around 230,000 people living with the condition in the UK. We’re here for everyone affected by blood cancer: whether it’s leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma or another blood disorder; whether you’re a patient, family, friend or carer; whether you’re worried about symptoms, in the middle of treatment or adjusting to life afterwards. However, and whenever, you need us.

We’ll answer as many questions as we can along the way, but remember that every person is different, with a different medical history.  Not everything in these pages will always apply to you – it’s always best to speak with a healthcare professional if you have questions.

You’ll find information that’s more specific to you if you choose the type of blood cancer you’re worried about or have been diagnosed with from the drop down list below.

Case study: Kerry Harvey-Noble's story

Having a child with blood cancer has a huge emotional effect on the whole family.

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