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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 / Simon Thomas 23h
During treatment Hugo had sickness, hair loss, exhaustion, pneumonia, liver failure and was unable to walk for 9 months. There's been daily medication, blood and platelet transfusions, x-rays, scans and tests. This is why Bloodwise continue to fund research into kinder treatments
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 17
This is what from. told us at the APPG meeting on Early Diagnosis
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Henry Smith MP Sep 17
Pleased to meet with in Parliament to thank stem cell donors. In 785 are registered which is fantastic but of course as MP and Chair I encourage more people to sign up town and country-wide.
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Bloodwise / Simon Thomas Sep 13
Replying to @bloodwise_uk
New tests are one of the most effective ways that research can change treatment fast - and because blood cancer doctors are trained pathologists, closely involved with NHS laboratory services, it one of the areas our work has great impact
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 12
These symptoms are common of most blood cancers and this is a handy guide to help if you are at all concerned.
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Central Lobby Sep 11
There is a cancer that one of 19 people in the UK will get at some point in our lives, is the UK’s third biggest cancer killer, and yet many of us know next-to-nothing about it, says Gemma Peters CEO Bloodwise
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Henry Smith MP Sep 11
As Chair I’m pleased to be hosting a Blood Cancer Policy Roundtable in Westminster with clinicians, charities and patient representatives. Greater awareness, better diagnosis and improved treatment of this fifth most common, third biggest killer is our mission.
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 5
Thank you . for your continued support of Blood Cancer . was right when she said you were a champion of the cause.
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 5
We released this report in January this year detailing recommendations for Government, . , CCGs, Cancer Alliances and the Blood Cancer Communities. Take a read in the link below.
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 5
Replying to @RCPath @JoMartin_path
It was great to have you Jo, thank you for giving your time and expertise.
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 5
. letting people know the signs and symptoms of blood cancer this Blood Cancer Awareness Month
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 5
We are pleased to work with our colleagues in other APPGs and organisations to ensure that the best treatment is available for all
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 5
This is excellent news and a welcome announcement by .
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 5
Zack spoke at our event yesterday about the work that are doing to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms and leukemia education
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Kelly Holmes Sep 4
Today I have been talking about my mother and a campaign I am fronting called Make Blood Cancer Visible To see my story and others including Ruth here on picture in some mini films (emotional) Please visit
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 5
The Chair of the APPG on Blood Cancer is taking over today, worth following.
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Henry Smith MP Sep 4
To mark and the meeting on early diagnosis I’ll be chairing later today in Parliament, I’ve written on about raising awareness of this ‘hidden’ cancer:
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Bloodwise / Simon Thomas Sep 4
"There is an urgent need for Parliament, Government, NHS and the entire health sector to work together to ensure the needs of blood cancer patients are at the forefront of policy-making", says
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APPG on Blood Cancer Sep 4
Excellent article from our Chair for today. Talking about the importance of raising awareness to increase accurate diagnosis
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Bloodwise / Simon Thomas Sep 2
MP will lead our first Bloodwise on Tuesday 4 September. Henry is hosting our photocall for MPs to in Parliament and is helping to raise awareness during Make sure to tune in!
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