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Support for you

We’re here for everyone affected by blood cancer, whether it’s leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma, MDS or MPN, and whether you've been diagnosed yourself or a loved one has. We're here if you're worried about symptoms, in the middle of treatment or adjusting to life afterwards.

Blood cancer information and support by phone or email

Need to talk? We’re here for anyone worried about or affected by blood cancer.

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Join our Online Community Forum

Connect with other people living with blood cancer. You are not alone.

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Peer Support

Connect with others who share a lived experience of blood cancer, whether that’s through support groups, buddy systems or online forums.

Ann Bromley, seen here holding a hot drink and looking out the window, was diagnosed with high-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) when she was 46 years old.

I've just been told I have blood cancer

A guide to what happens next and how to cope with emotions and everyday life.

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Get a weekly support email from us

We'll send you clear and simple information, practical tips, and advice from other people with blood cancer, to help during the first few weeks and months after diagnosis.

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Types of blood cancer

Here you can find more detailed information about your specific type of blood cancer.

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Living well with blood cancer

Your practical toolkit for life with or after blood cancer.

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My friend or family member has blood cancer

If you're supporting someone with blood cancer, we're here for you too.

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Black with blood cancer

Read our information created with and for Black people living with blood cancer.

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Blood cancer and young adults

Hear from other young adults about coping with diagnosis and treatment, your emotions, social life, education and work.

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Clinical Trials Support Service

Get personalised support to help you understand which clinical trials are available - whether you're a patient, carer or healthcare professional.

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What you need to know about coronavirus

Get the latest coronavirus information for people affected by blood cancer.