Don’t let aggressive blood cancers tear apart families like Tracey’s. - National
Publish Date: 23/6/2016
More research will lead to more effective treatments, which in turn will mean less time in hospital. For young mothers like Tracey, time at home with family is priceless, and has a special power of its own.
Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) July 2016 Meeting - National
Publish Date: 12/5/2016
The Leukaemia Foundation encourages people with an interest in the blood cancers or therapies listed for consideration at the next meeting to tell the PBAC about their experiences of the blood cancers and/or treatments listed.
A special thanks to our amazing volunteers this week - National
Publish Date: 9/5/2016
National Volunteer Week (May 9-15) gives us an invaluable opportunity to thank the generous women and men who gave more than 71,500 hours of their time last financial year to helping us support families affected by blood cancer.
Unification signals new era of support for Australians with blood cancer - National
Publish Date: 22/4/2016
Families impacted by blood cancer can look forward to better outcomes and support with the emergence of an influential new charity tackling the important issues facing patients.
Members of the Leukaemia Foundation of Australia and Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland have recently endorsed a joint Board proposal to unify the two organisations.