Honouring your loved one

Celebrate the life of your loved one.

Be it a prayer, a gathering, a visit at the cemetery, a ritual or an offering, family and friends who have lost a loved one to a blood cancer graciously share what they do to honour their memory.

Your loved ones

Jamie Noonan
Jamie Noonan (1973–1995)
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We have been affected first-hand with this dreadful disease, losing the most amazing son and brother and if we can make a difference in just one family’s life, then our mission has been completed

Bay De Verde NL
Canada

Jamie Noonan
Jamie Noonan (1973–1995)
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We have been affected first-hand with this dreadful disease, losing the most amazing son and brother and if we can make a difference in just one family’s life, then our mission has been completed

Bay De Verde NL
Canada

Bryan Carroll
Bryan Carroll (2008-2015)
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This story is for my little boy, Bryan Carroll and his journey with AML.

Dartmouth NS
Canada

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Honour loved one's memory

How do you honour your loved one's memory?

When you're ready, tell us what you do to remember your loved one. It can be your outlet to grieve, to celebrate your loved one's life with others, and to give comfort to those going through something similar.

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