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Bloodwise Jan 16
The MPs’ report on blood cancer has just launched! Blood cancer is the UK’s 3rd biggest cancer killer, claiming more lives each year than breast or prostate cancer. Click to read our full response or download the report >>>
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Simon Thomas Jan 17
Three times my wife Gemma went to the doctor in six days and three times she was sent home and told to rest. Four days after her final visit to her GP she was dead. We have to help and train our GP's and to detect earlier. is doing this.
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Simon Thomas Jan 17
I never expected a tweet about ‘s campaign to have the impact it did. I’ve had so many moving replies and I’m so sorry I can’t reply to all of them. To those whose story has been a positive one - I’m so glad. For those, like me, it wasn’t, God Bless x
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APPG on Blood Cancer Jan 17
Thank you to all those who made it to today’s report launch. This is just the beginning of the conversation – let’s keep fighting for blood cancer patients
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MerGOODBURN Jan 17
My partner too was suffering from swollen / painful lymphs in his neck, which prompted him to see his GP. Thankfully, his doctor was able to recognise the other signs and sent him to hospital for further tests, before being diagnosed with CLL.
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Amelia Chong Jan 17
Quick dash from meeting to report launch - will have to catch-up on 'Blood Cancer Care in the NHS' debate later, but hearing good things about it 👍
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Déaglán McKernon Jan 23
just hearing of your loss, so sad. Reminds me of my situation and how thankful I was my GP got me a blood test. I was told I'd have died within days if they didn't do it. Fully support campaign, such a vital message to get out there. Stay strong.
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💥 𝕜𝕒𝕥𝕖𝕤𝕤𝕠𝕔𝕚𝕒𝕝𝕞𝕖𝕕𝕚𝕒 Jan 17
2 people I love have been effected by recently, both young, seemingly healthy until diagnosis. Let's make it something we don't shy away from but shout about from the rooftops
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S A M Jan 17
Replying to @matthew_schneck
Yes I’m sure lol ll
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Clair Williams Jan 19
Next Wednesday will be 6 years since I lost my amazing Dad to Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. The awareness that this campaign will bring will hopefully mean that this can be diagnosed quicker and more people are aware of the symptoms.
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APPG on Blood Cancer Jan 17
Excellent turnout for our report launch today. Looking forward to hearing from , Dr Kirit Ardeshna and blood cancer patient Jane Leahy
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JaynieArcher Sep 30
Today the last day of September Blood Cancer Awareness Month. It's not the last day of raising Awareness of Blood Cancer, it is still the 3rd Biggest Cancer Killer, 5th most common cancer. There's still 137 different Blood Cancers and we still need to beat it!
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Liam Deacy 🦊 Jan 17
My mum lives with her Leukaemia (CLL) every day. Like her when her mum was diagnosed with non Hodgkin’s lymphoma I worry about a blood cancer every time I’m tired or lethargic. Be aware of the , don’t be afraid to ask for a blood test but don’t let it rule your mind.
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Charlotte Cox Jan 17
Looking forward to attending parliament today for the report launch! Lots to do to raise awareness and achieve early diagnosis of the most common cancer in the under 30's!
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Amie Willis Jan 18
It’s an amazing legacy that your wife was able to leave, awareness for Your high profile and desire to make a difference will truly help. I was diagnosed with AML 18months ago and I know the devastating impact it has. My heart goes out to you & your little boy.
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Gemma Peters Jan 24
Good meeting with this morning discussing shared ambition to ensure best possible outcomes for bloocancer patients
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Fight Bladder Cancer 26 Jan 14
In the UK alone 1 person dies of bladder cancer every 1 hour 45 minutes
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Sarah Miller Jan 18
Replying to @leukaemiauk
Definitely, super happy to see people talking about this and raising awareness More support is so important. Early diagnosis gives people a better chance!
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Jay Mac Jan 18
ur news this morning refers only 2 breast / ovarian early testing pls highlight YESTERDAYS parliament discussion. is the n nds urgent highlighting pls
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Bethany Torr Jan 25
Dr Ben Kennedy - the outcome and how a consultation goes relies on how well you listen, communicate and react to what a patient is saying.
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