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Blood Cancer UK health information

Our blood cancer information is written with expert medical professionals and people affected by blood cancer, to make sure it's medically accurate, clear and trustworthy.

Join our webinar on Friday 27 May about the future of health information

With more virtual appointments, more remote monitoring, and patients living in a more digital world – how will our ability to provide patients with health information change, and how do we need to evolve?

Listen or join the discussion to help improve information provision for the blood cancer patients of 2022 and beyond.

This webinar will be held on Friday 27 May at 12.30pm.

Future of health information webinar

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Together we can improve information provision for the blood cancer patients of 2022 and beyond.

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New booklet for people diagnosed with blood cancer

Specifically designed for people newly diagnosed with any type of blood cancer, this short booklet tells you the key things to know, how you can help yourself, and includes tips and stories from other people living with blood cancer.

Order it now

Order copies of Your blood cancer diagnosis: what happens now? It tells you the key things to know in the first days and weeks after diagnosis, and how others have got through it.

Other health information for people affected by blood cancer

All booklets are available free of charge for people affected by blood cancer.

Blood cancer booklets

For specific types of blood cancer, symptoms, treatments and side effects, browse all booklets.