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We fund world-class research into all types of blood cancer & provide information & support to those affected. If you need help call us on 0808 208 0888
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Bloodwise 8h
Great question in Parliament today by MP Mark Francois to on if there'll be enough psychologists available to support ppl living w blood cancer in the new workforce plan. Thank you for asking this question on behalf of us & the blood cancer community 👇
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Bloodwise 15h
Thank you Freya and good luck!
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Bloodwise Feb 18
Replying to @SimonThomasSky
A big THANK YOU to Nyah who finished her 100m swim to raise money for us in memory of Gemma Thomas. You're a little champion 🏅❣️
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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 15
What a lovely photo! I am so pleased to hear that you are feeling better! Have a lovely weekend and enjoy the sun!
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Bloodwise Feb 15
Replying to @junglejimmy
Thank you so much for sharing Jim and I am so pleased to hear that you are in remission. I hope you have a lovely trip skiing in the French Alps!
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Bloodwise Feb 15
Replying to @VickiCarver56
Love the GIF! Thank you for celebrating with us!
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Bloodwise Feb 15
Replying to @kidsstuff
Thank you so much for sharing! A friendly face is always nice!
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Bloodwise Feb 15
A robot is helping 7yo Sam with school because he has leukaemia and can't go to class. The robot is acting as Sam's eyes, ears, voice & hands. 🤖 A wonderful govt. funded initiative to help kids with long-term illnesses participate from home 👇
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Bloodwise Feb 15
We want every single person affected by blood cancer to live life to the full, free from fear of relapse and the side effects of treatment. Help us spread the message that life is for living by sharing something that makes you today!
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Bloodwise Feb 14
Replying to @MyelomaUK
Sending the love right back to you ☺️ ❣️❣️
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Myeloma UK Feb 14
This Buddy wants to share some love! and tag someone you’d like to show love to today! Sending our to
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Bloodwise Feb 14
Happy to all our Bloodwise staff, supporters and researchers. We hope you can spend today with the people you love❣️
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GiveBlood 🅰️🅱️🆎🅾️ Feb 14
Roses are red Violets are blue Giving blood saves lives You get to eat biscuits too 🍪
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Bloodwise Feb 13
"As I talked about my medical history with the consultant, a heavy feeling came over me and I held my little boy close. I tried to hold it together but a tear ran down my cheek. Partially in anger at the fact that I'd been dismissed up to this point." 👇
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Bloodwise Feb 13
A year after giving birth, Kelly was looking forward to getting back to work and normality. But month after month of exhaustion and illnesses led her to suspect there was something the doctors were missing...
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Anthony Nolan Feb 11
HARRI HAS A MATCH: We’re so pleased to share that baby Harri Stickler has found a match! We’re delighted for Harri’s family and friends! Thank you to everyone who signed up to the stem cell register and helped to spread the word. 🖤💚
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Bloodwise Feb 12
It was fantastic hosting our first Policy Panel today, which has been established to ensure our work represents people w blood cancer & puts them at the heart of Govt. & decision-making. Thanks to our panel, & Heidi Livingstone for attending.
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Bloodwise Feb 11
Replying to @andiroy
Thank you for all the work you do and for being an inspiring woman in science!
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Research at Bloodwise Feb 11
We had a lot of fun today at our lunch and learn with from . Thanks for a fantastic talk, and who knew extracting DNA from strawberries in our lunch break could be so much fun!
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