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Blood Cancer UK (Formerly Bloodwise)

We’re a community determined to beat blood cancer. We’re a community of thousands with a common goal. We're the scientists who dedicate our careers to finding cures. We're the nurses who find the right words in the darkest moments. We're the campaigners and volunteers standing up for the people we love. We're the bucket-collectors, race-runners and cake-bakers who make our research possible. We’re the friends, parents, children and grandparents affected by blood cancer. Why? Because we’ve come so far. Because the finish line’s in sight. Because it’s time to beat blood cancer.

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0207 504 2216

Registered charity no. 216032

Member since January 2018

About us

We're a community dedicated to beating blood cancer. We do this by funding research and supporting those affected. Since 1960, we've invested over £500 million in blood cancer research, transforming treatments and saving lives. Right now, our community is funding 360 researchers and staff across the UK who are searching for the next breakthrough. The day we will beat blood cancer is now in sight and our researchers are determined to finish the job.

As well as looking for a cure in the future, we’re here for people when they need someone to talk to. Whether on the phone or online, we offer health information people can trust, in a language they can understand.

We also campaign for change, helping to make sure that people get the healthcare they deserve and that new treatments that come from research breakthroughs are available on the NHS.