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Leukaemia Care

Leukaemia Care is a national blood cancer support charity. We are dedicated to ensuring that anyone affected by blood cancer receives the right information, advice and support. A diagnosis of a blood cancer can have a huge impact on someone emotionally, as well as physically. We understand that feelings of shock, anger and loneliness are all common at the time of

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Registered charity no. 1183890

Member since May 2021

About us

We save lives through earlier diagnosis

We raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of leukaemia and work with healthcare professionals such as GPs, dentists and pharmacists to help them spot leukaemia.

We help people to understand what leukaemia is and that it can affect anyone at any age.

We campaign for access to effective treatments

We work with the NHS and other organisations to ensure patients can access the best possible treatment for them, and when they can’t – we advocate on their behalf.

We believe people should get the right information when they need it

We know that diagnosis and treatment can turn your world upside down – we empower people with accredited information, support from clinical nurse specialists and the opportunity to meet patients diagnosed with leukaemia.

We support healthcare professionals to help their patients

We empower GPs and other healthcare professionals to spot leukaemia through awareness events and online learning.

We provide nurses with tailored conferences, online learning and bursaries to enhance their knowledge of leukaemia and patient care

We conduct research to improve patient experience

We listen to patients, and using the evidence we gather, improve our services and focus our campaigning.