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 Blood cancers strike anyone, at any age, at any time, without warning.

Every24 minutes

someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer

40percent

of all childhood cancers are blood cancers

Over155,000

Canadians affected by a blood cancer

Lymphoma

Lymphoma

Myeloma

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Myelodysplastic syndromes

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Myeloproliferative neoplasms

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Our work this year

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1,700

healthcare professionals assisted
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4,000

individuals served
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$2.7

million invested in research
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Stories from blood cancer survivors

Samantha (painting) - Calgary
Samantha Redsky
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I was diagnosed with a rare type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 23. Needless to say, it was a surreal experience.

Calgary AB
Canada

Tom Wong (painting) - Toronto
Tom Wong
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I’m an LLSC First Connection Peer Support volunteer where I share my journey and perhaps bring some hope to others affected by a blood cancer. If nothing else, I’m there to listen.

Toronto ON
Canada

Sherley Roy (painting)
Sherley Roy
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It's more than a year and half since my allograft. I’ve now been in complete remission for one year. I’m doing really well, and I’m in great shape. I’m enjoying life to the fullest.

Montreal QC
Canada

Brian Fortune (painting) - Halifax
Brian Fortune
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My wife and I both enrolled as contacts for the First Connection peer support program, me as a survivor and Brenda as a caregiver. It was very rewarding to be able to assist another survivor in various ways.

Halifax NS
Canada

Hart Searle
Hart Searle

Calgary AB
Canada

Samantha (painting) - Calgary
Samantha Redsky
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I was diagnosed with a rare type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 23. Needless to say, it was a surreal experience.

Calgary AB
Canada

Tom Wong (painting) - Toronto
Tom Wong
Quote
I’m an LLSC First Connection Peer Support volunteer where I share my journey and perhaps bring some hope to others affected by a blood cancer. If nothing else, I’m there to listen.

Toronto ON
Canada

Sherley Roy (painting)
Sherley Roy
Quote
It's more than a year and half since my allograft. I’ve now been in complete remission for one year. I’m doing really well, and I’m in great shape. I’m enjoying life to the fullest.

Montreal QC
Canada

Take action

When you choose to fundraise, donate or volunteer, you have the power to make a real difference for the blood cancer community. With you on our side, cancer doesn’t stand a chance!

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Individuals who fundraised $50,000+ bring us closer to reaching a minimum annual investment of $5 million in research by 2026. Meet all the Research Champions.