Bloodwise's blog posts
World Cancer Day Q&A: Jude
Ahead of World Cancer Day, we speak to Jude, a full-time carer for her husband Nige who is living with non-Hodgkin lymphoma
Stopping blood cancer before it starts
To mark World Cancer Day (Sunday 4 February 2018), here's a look at the research of two of our scientists who are working on ways to prevent a benign condition called monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) from developing into myeloma
BBC programme highlights Bloodwise clinical trial
BBC documentary Find Me a Cure follows the experiences of patients and doctors involved in the Bloodwise-funded CLARITY clinical trial for over a year. The programme will be broadcast on Radio 4 at 11am on Tuesday 6 February and will be available online shortly afterwards.
Ask the expert: six things you should know if your employee is diagnosed with blood cancer
Managers and HR professionals can play a key role in supporting someone who’s living with, or recovering from, blood cancer – so it’s important to know where your responsibilities lie. We asked Rose Sunter, a partner specialising in employment law at Sharpe Pritchard LLP Solicitors, to talk us through the basics.
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, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on blood cancer launched its first report The ‘Hidden’ Cancer: the need to improve blood cancer care.