Ask the expert: six things you should know if your employee is diagnosed with blood cancer
2017 Bloodwise research highlights
To finish off 2017, here are the highlights of Bloodwise-funded research: from the use of genetics to predict how...
MPs debate blood cancer care and APPG launches new report
On 17 January 2018, 17 MPs took part in a debate about NHS blood cancer care in Westminster Hall. On the same day,...
Seven pieces of advice from young people with blood cancer
Every year over 600 young people between 15 and 24 develop blood cancer. Being told you have cancer isn’t something anyone wants to hear, but at a younger age it can come as a particular shock.
Every year over 600 young people between 15 and 24 develop blood cancer. Being told you have cancer isn’t something...
Latest statistics released on number of blood cancer cases in England
303,135 people were diagnosed with cancer in England in 2016 – an increase of 3,212 people from 2015.