More than 13,000 Australian children, women and men will begin a long and gruelling journey with blood cancer this year.
The Leukaemia Foundation provides personalised and practical support for people affected by blood cancers and related blood disorders and their loved ones. These conditions include: leukaemia; lymphoma; myeloma; MDS; MPN; Waldenstrom's macroglobulinaemia; aplastic anaemia; amyloidosis; and related blood disorders.
This support is provided by our extensive team of highly trained Blood Cancer Support Coordinators who are there to help throughout your entire blood cancer experience.
All services are provided at no charge to patients and families and are available in metropolitan, regional and rural areas across Australia.
Now, more than ever, we need people like you to help us to reduce the impact of blood cancer for these families, through free emotional and practical support, and life-saving research.
We receive no ongoing government funding, so we rely on your generous support to sustain our work in the community.