Support our campaigns
We campaign for changes that will improve care and treatment for people with blood cancer, reduce the number of people dying from blood cancer and help stop blood cancer happening in the first place.
Do Covid vaccines protect people with blood cancer?
Find out how we’re trying to get answers for our community
Vaccinate household members
We are calling on the Government to protect people with blood cancer from the coronavirus by prioritising the vaccine for adults who live with them.
Protect workers with blood cancer from Coronavirus
It cannot be right to expect some of the most vulnerable people to spend hours every day in busy workplaces as Coronavirus spreads through the country again.
Save Our Shielders
We want the 9,000 people with blood cancer that have been shielding, who are unable to return to work, to be financially protected.
End the Delays
Delays to diagnosis are having devastating impacts on people with blood cancer. That’s why we’ve launched our End the Delays campaign – to ensure that everyone with blood cancer gets a prompt diagnosis.
Access to drugs and treatments
New treatments are more effective than ever before, preventing or reducing the need for chemotherapy and stem-cell transplants. However it’s crucial that people with blood cancer are able to benefit from these advances as soon as possible.
Emotional and psychological support
Too many people are struggling to cope with the mental health impact of their diagnosis and the effect of their treatment. We're working to change that.
Blood Cancer Genomics
Blood Cancer UK are active in the area of genomic medicine – from funding research into blood cancer genomics through to our advocacy work with the NHS and Government.
The Blood Cancer UK 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.
About our policy and campaigns work
You spoke. We listened. Now, help us make sure people living with blood cancer are given an equal chance.
UK Blood Cancer Action Plan
As a taskforce, this group will work with Blood Cancer UK to understand where differences in care and treatment affect survival rates.