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CLIC Sargent Oct 16
We support 's campaign for GPs to be given more support to help them recognise blood cancer more quickly. 53% of young cancer patients we spoke to felt their diagnosis was delayed. Of those, almost half felt that this delay impacted on their prognosis
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Gemma Peters Oct 16
Thank you to my fab local MP for supporting our campaign. Sorry I didn’t get to give you the DaWN data below. Looks like we’ve got a particular local issue on number of GP visits before referral at almost double national average. Will look into it.
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Bloodwise Oct 29
Diana shares a special memory of her Dad Trevor with us. Her dad died ten days after being diagnosed with blood cancer because his symptoms were repeatedly missed. Please sign our petition and help us for people like Trevor. 👇
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Bloodwise Oct 29
“I feel very strongly that if my sister Laura had been diagnosed earlier, perhaps her outcome would've been different." Sarah lost her sister to Hodgkin’s lymphoma six months ago. Please sign our petition & help us 👇
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Deborah Alsina Oct 16
My husband experienced delays to his blood cancer diagnosis so I’ve signed the petition in hope it will help end similar delays for other people. Please sign & share too. /
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Simon Thomas Oct 16
From our own tragic experience & hearing the stories of many others - too many are having to go back again and again to their GP & still their symptoms are not picked up on. This MUST change. Well done for pushing the government on this.
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Jo Stevens Oct 16
Proud to support the campaign to stop delays to blood cancer diagnosis. 1 in every 19 of us will get blood cancer at some point & thousands of people have to go to their GP several times because their symptoms aren’t being acted on fast enough. Time to
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Leukaemia&LymphomaNI Oct 17
Please show your support and sign the petition to . This is a problem faced by patients throughout the UK and policy changes could have a huge impact on survival and quality of life for patients in the future.
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nicoleey🎗 Oct 16
It took my GP a whole year to diagnose me with lymphoma. I was always back and forth with symptoms. Let’s help and sign the petition!
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Teenage Cancer Trust Oct 16
Young people with cancer often tell us they struggle with delayed diagnosis. It can take multiple trips to GPs for young people to receive a diagnosis. We support 's call to help support GPs to recognise blood cancer symptoms earlier and .
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Amelia Chong Oct 17
Today's morning commute reading - calling for (1) new ways to measure and address delayed diagnoses of blood cancer and (2) better awareness of blood cancer symptoms and more support for GPs
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Anthony Nolan Oct 17
We support 's campaign to in diagnosis for people with blood cancer ⬇️
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Rachel Sacks Oct 16
Over 800 people have signed 's petition to to diagnosis for people with blood cancer. We need Government to give GPs the support they need to recognise blood cancer more quickly. Please sign and share 🙏
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Gemma Peters Oct 16
Thank you Lord Mendelsohn for your support of this campaign, and your unswerving support of Blood cancer patients. Delays cost lives.
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Annette Oct 21
I've just asked my MP to support 's campaign to for people with blood cancer, take action here:  /
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MDSUK PatientSupport Oct 17
In our cancer patient survey, a third of patients needed 3 GP visits to be referred to a haematologist, and a 8 week delay, as many GP's are unfamiliar with MDS. Some patients had 26weeks or more delays. This, despite half the patients being symptomatic
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Seema Malhotra Oct 16
41% of people diagnosed with blood cancer in Feltham&Heston saw their GP 3 times or more before being diagnosed. That’s unacceptable. 27% is the national average. Help nationally by signing the petition:
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Michelle mcgregor Dec 5
Blood cancer symptoms are repeatedly missed. Please sign this petition to and help save lives 💜
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Bloodwise Dec 5
Replying to @bloodwise_uk
If you have signed the petition and are looking for something else helpful and wonderful today look no further. You can email your candidates for the and ask them to pledge their support to :
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Bloodwise Dec 5
On the back of our report 'Delays Expected' we launched a campaign to . Sarah and Diana joined us to tell stories about how their loved ones were affected.
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