Bloodwise's blog posts
More people with CLL to benefit from ibrutinib in future
More people living with a type of leukaemia in England will soon have access to Ibrutinib, thanks to a successful campaign by Bloodwise and other organisations.
Pioneering blood cancer treatment to be approved for use across Europe
A ground breaking form of cancer treatment that trains patients’ own immune cells to kill cancer cells is a step closer to becoming available on the NHS, after the approval of the first two drugs of its type by the European Union’s medicines regulator.
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.
Together we’re stronger
A celebration of two of our recent corporate partnerships and a call for new partners!
Thousands of blood cancer patients denied essential care every year in the UK
On World Cancer Day, we launched a report that showed that thousands of blood cancer patients are missing out on essential care every year.
Supporting a child with blood cancer
Being told that your child has cancer can be one of the hardest things you’ll ever hear.There’s a lot to take in at this time but you’re not alone - there are many people and organisations out there waiting to support you and help you find the information you need.