Bloodwise's blog posts
A year of firsts - 2019!
2019 saw many ground-breaking projects from Bloodwise. Here's a round-up of three of our most recent success stories.
Updated 14 Jan 2020
I joined the 'cancer club' just before Christmas
Treatment made Hannah feel like "the Grinch" last year. But that experience has made this Christmas all the more special.
What the election result means for people affected by blood cancer
Whether you’ve been following the election closely, or trying to ignore it, Governments and politicians have a huge role to play in improving the lives of people affected by blood cancer.
Drug that can relieve ‘unbearable’ blood cancer symptoms approved for Scotland
The Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) announced today that polycythaemia vera (PV), which is diagnosed in around 100 people in Scotland each year, can be treated with ruxolitinib.
Introducing Blood Cancer Uncovered, our new website co-created with young adults
In a candid series of interactive videos, four twenty-somethings reveal how their diagnosis changed their lives. Our fab four discuss everything from how Facebook detoxes help to advice on dating and coping with the emotional impact of blood cancer