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How I’m helping Bloodwise shape the treatment of people with blood cancer
Mat is a member of the Bloodwise Policy Panel. The panel was established this year to ensure people affected by blood cancer are at the very centre of Government and NHS decision making. He explains how his experience with myeloma inspired him to join and shares the panel’s plans to change the way people with blood cancer are treated.
"We've even sold a kitchen sink": the secret to a successful charity shop
A three-person team, including a mother and daughter, run Bloodwise’s only charity shops. They share the story of how they’ve raised £1.4 million for blood cancer research and the funniest stories from the shops’ 20-year history.
Blood stem cell breakthrough could make treatments safer and more effective
A method of growing blood stem cells in the laboratory has been developed by researchers at Stanford University and the University of Tokyo, in a breakthrough that could spare some people with blood and immune disorders from the side effects of intensive chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
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