Getting a cancer diagnosis when your whole life is still ahead of you can be scary, upsetting and overwhelming. 

It is important you know that: 


There is hope

Most young adults with a blood cancer will get better and lead a normal and active life.

Research is advancing

Doctors are working to find new treatments that are more effective and not as hard on the body.
Helping Hand

It’s nothing you did

You did not catch the disease from someone or develop it because of something you did.

You are not alone.

Know that the blood cancer community is here to support you every step of the way.

Collective Blog

Conversations with Survivors

Amanda Saunders

Amanda Saunders

Amanda Saunders, who 13 months after having a heart transplant was diagnosed with post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder (PTLD). The two discuss what life is like living with a rare blood cancer while completing university and living through a pandemic.

Young Adults with a blood cancer

This factsheet is for young adults and covers important info they need for dealing with blood cancer from emotions, side effect, work etc.

All resources

Access all fact sheets, guides, podcast, videos and other resources to learn everything from the disease symptoms, statistics and treatment options.

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FR Health Manager App

Health Manager App

Manage your health by tracking your side effects, medication, food and hydration, questions for your doctor, grocery lists and more.

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