Reports and papers
Annual reports and accounts
Blood Cancer UK briefing – changes to the COVID-19 shielding scheme June 2020
Impact of COVID-19 on people with blood cancer survey
Our findings show how the pandemic is affecting people’s mental health, appointments, and treatment; persistent issues with Government / NHS letters advising vulnerable individuals to shield; and of the various perspectives on shielding and the lockdown.
Making rapid diagnostic centres (RDC) work for people with blood cancer
We hope the findings of this report will provide every Rapid Diagnostic Centre (RDC) with points for consideration to help them deliver the best possible service for patients with blood cancer and other conditions.
Hear our voice: Stories from people affected by blood cancer
This publication builds on our major survey in 2015 of people living with blood cancer. We invited 10 of our amazing Patient Ambassadors, eight of whom are living with the disease and two who tragically lost their children, to share their experience. Although each experience is unique to them, together they tell the wider story of how people affected by blood cancer are being treated and cared for by the NHS across the UK.
Childhood Blood Cancer: The Quest for a Kinder Cure
This report is about the scientific quest to improve the lives of children with blood cancer.
This report makes important recommendations on how to make improvements and ensure that we all work together to raise awareness of blood cancer.
Mapping the needs, experiences and outcomes of people affected by blood cancer.