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Bloodwise supporter Rebecca Andrew-Crowe on climbing Everest and writing about mental health
Rebecca Andrew-Crowe climbed to Everest base camp last month to fundraise for Bloodwise. In the same month, she published One Day At A Time, a book which she describes as ‘a memoir written to get people talking about mental health’. She tells us about her once-in-a-lifetime trek, what inspired her book and why everyone can benefit from discussing their mental wellbeing
A day in the life: the Haematological Malignancy Research Network team
The Haematological Malignancy Research Network (HMRN), based at the University of York, is a unique Bloodwise-funded project that provides a detailed picture on the epidemiology of blood cancer – that is, how often blood cancer occurs in different groups of people, how these diseases develop, and how people respond to different treatments. It involves researchers, doctors and nurses, and people with blood cancer. Below, you can find out what HMRN team members do.
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