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APPG on Blood Cancer
APPG on Blood Cancer exists to raise awareness and promote the needs of blood cancer patients with parliamentarians, government, NHS, and charity stakeholders.
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Bloodwise Feb 17
Do you have Large Granular Lymphocytic Leukaemia or know someone who does? The & are hosting a session for people living with this disease. It’s an opportunity to learn more & meet others with the same condition.Find out more 👇
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Bloodwise Feb 7
Today is Day. We know a blood cancer diagnosis can be difficult to comprehend and often has significant impacts on mental health. Our support line is here for everyone affected. Give us a ring on 0808 208 0888 📞
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Leukaemia Care Feb 5
Short of breath? It might be a symptom of . See your GP to rule out or get an early diagnosis. Find out more about the symptoms here >
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APPG on Blood Cancer Feb 4
Our Chair, wrote this great article for today in aid of . Read here 👉 
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Bloodwise Feb 4
It's and we’re raising awareness for the thousands of people with blood cancer who face repeated visits to their GP before a diagnosis. We want to close the gap for blood cancer patients. Pls RT, share your number and tag
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DKMS UK Feb 3
Today is . Will you show your commitment to the fight against blood cancer? Stand up. Speak up. Create change. Give Hope. Do Good. Be the difference. Become a potential lifesaver: ✊ Pledge your support and spread the word.🗣️✍️
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Bloodwise Jan 21
For , we asked people affected by blood cancer to share the things they do to stay mentally healthy. Read their eight tips 👇
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Henry Smith MP 🇬🇧 Jan 12
As Chair I was delighted to welcome Patient Ambassadors to Parliament this week:
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Bloodwise Jan 10
Awareness of blood cancer among the general public is remarkably low. Find out more about the symptoms here:
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Darren Rutland Jan 8
Good to see Chair , Public Health & Primary Care Minister Steve Brine and Chief Executive speak at the launch of the charity’s Hear Our Voice report today.
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Leukaemia Care Jan 7
Our online Nurse Academy is a free training course for and haemato-oncology nurses and has been accredited by the RCN for 10 CPD hours. Take it online here >
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Bridget Phillipson Jan 4
Excellent article in on importance of signing up to be a blood stem cell donor. See if you can help Chloe Gray and others by registering through
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APPG on Blood Cancer Dec 18
If this is you, please consider giving your views to at
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APPG on Blood Cancer Dec 8
Emotional and psychological support is key for blood cancer patients. So pleased to see this a reality for some.
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APPG on Blood Cancer Dec 8
Important to know the signs and symptoms of blood cancer.
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APPG on Blood Cancer Dec 7
This tweet from highlights what it can be like to be someone affected by blood cancer. Daily chemo tablets, self administered.
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APPG on Blood Cancer Dec 7
It was great to see ambassador speaking at with and raising the profile of blood cancer and its unique challenges.
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Fran Woodard Dec 4
Such powerful messages from the patient representative Paul Carless about the significant impact of peer support for people living with cancer especially for people with treatable and not curable cancer
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Myeloma UK Dec 4
Great panel at including patient Paul who says top priority must be more recognition for blood cancer
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APPG on Blood Cancer Nov 26
If you want to see what was said by last week in his adjournment debate on blood cancer and the NHS' long-term plan you can read it here:
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