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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 North 3h
Best of luck to who sets off on his 10 marathons in 10 days challenge tomorrow, to raise funds for Thanks so much for your support Paul!
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Race Against Blood Cancer 5h
explains the decades of research behind breakthrough childhood study, and how and awareness raisers who have supported the have helped to make this possible 
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Simon Thomas 20h
It’s good to talk - even when it’s about stuff that is tough.
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Replying to @lobster_laura
Hi Laura, emailed recieved and sent to our sports team to respond to. Many thanks! Dawn @ Bloodwise
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Bloodwise 23h
Replying to @lobster_laura
Hello, if you follow us you can send a direct message! Or you can contact us on support@bloodwise.org.uk
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Bloodwise 23h
thanks for your support Dan. So important to acknowledge that grief is different for everyone & this really came through in the interview. We'll continue to invest in blood cancer research so we can save the lives of those like Gemma & put an end to heartbreak endured by families
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Bloodwise 23h
Thank you for such a sensitive interview with on this morning, and to Simon for his continued support in raising awareness of our work in blood cancer research & patient support. You can find out more here:
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Bloodwise 24h
Replying to @RegentJazz
Thanks so much for your support!
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Bloodwise 24h
Honest words once again from on this morning's , sharing how he's dealing with the sudden loss of his wife Gemma to blood cancer and the impact on family life, particularly supporting young son Ethan. Watch again (2hr21m):
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Bloodwise May 23
Replying to @lobster_laura
Hi Laura, thank you for your tweet. I will pass this along to the sports team and ask them to get in touch. Can you message us an email address for them to contact you on? Many thanks, Dawn @ Bloodwise
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Bloodwise May 23
We will be watching!
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UCB News Team May 22
One of Britain's leading researchers says our germ-free life could be the cause of childhood leukaemia. We spoke to who helped fund the research:
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Bloodwise May 22
Leukaemia survivor , now a childhood cancer scientist herself, tells how it feels to hear that the cancer she had as a child could potentially be prevented in the future.
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Bloodwise May 22
We fully appreciate that recent media stories about the causes of childhood leukaemia have been difficult for some parents to hear. , our Chief Executive, would like to warmly reassure that there is nothing any parent could have done to prevent their child’s illness.
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Bloodwise May 22
Replying to @SarahAnd1981
Hi Sarah - ALL in adults is a similar condition, but it starts in a different type of blood cell later in life and the genetic changes that cause it are different.
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Sean O'Neill May 21
There is now a petition to overturn ’s scandalous restrictions on the life changing leukaemia drug Ibrutinib. Please sign and RT
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Bloodwise May 22
If you have been affected by the childhood leukaemia story in the media today and would like to talk to someone, our Support Line is available on 0808 2080 888 or at support@bloodwise.org.uk. It is open 10am-4pm.
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Bloodwise May 22
I'm sorry to hear your partner feels to blame, while this new research may help us prevent leukaemia in the future, currently what we do know is that a child's risk of developing ALL is down to a mixture of genetics and chance - you and your partner are not to blame.
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Alasdair Rankin May 21
Thanks for helping and ell the story of Professor Mel Greaves work on the cause of childhood B cell ALL today
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Bloodwise May 22
We would like to reassure parents that there is unfortunately absolutely nothing that they could have done to prevent their child's leukaemia. Dr explains here to BBC Breakfast viewers:
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