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Help shape our work

Involving people affected by blood cancer in our work is integral to ensuring we represent our values and beliefs as an organisation.

Our involvement network

Help shape our work by signing up to be a part of our network of people affected by blood cancer

"I was very impressed that Blood Cancer UK organised this process during the pandemic as I know how much extra work they already had to cope with. It really made me understand just how important the patient voice is to them."

Ally, RSP Member

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Ambassador programme

Our Ambassadors are a highly dedicated group of individuals from all walks of life, with varying skills, attributes, and blood cancer experiences from across the UK

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Research Strategy panel

Read about our Research Strategy Patient Panel and the vital role they are currently playing in helping us to set our research priorities, so that we can continue to have the biggest impact possible.

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How being involved with Blood Cancer UK has helped me and my family

"Finding Blood Cancer UK was a big turning point for me and my family who have all become involved in one way or another."

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Join our Healthcare Professional Network

The Blood Cancer UK Healthcare Professional Network is a community of health professionals caring for people affected by blood cancer.

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Policy Panel

The Blood Cancer UK Policy Panel was established in 2019 to make sure people affected by blood cancer are at the very centre of Government and NHS decision making and is made up of volunteers from across England with lived experience of blood cancer.

"It has been a huge pleasure to meet and work with you all on this extremely important topic and I have greatly enjoyed being part of the group. I look forward to hearing about the developments you have planed for the future in due course."

Camilla, RSP Member