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Cancer doesn’t stop and neither do you: Ask A Researcher - Panel Discussion

In this webcast you will have access to leading LLSC funded researchers across Canada as they come together to answer your questions on:
 

The Impact of COVID-19 on blood cancer research
Challenges of the pandemic for those newly diagnosed and people in treatment
Their current studies that aim to prevent, detect and treat blood cancers
Where the money goes/how research dollars are being used  
How they plan to restart the stalled momentum of blood ca ...

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Our Quebec office is closing, but we’re still here to serve you

On May 31st, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada
will begin its transition to a fully virtual model of work.

In addition to lower overhead costs, increased employee satisfaction and productivity,
a virtual model of work can allow us to scale up our programs and services
to better serve the blood cancer community in Quebec.

While we will no longer have physical office space, staff in the Quebec area will continue to work remotely
to support those n ...

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The Coronavirus (Covid-19) and You...

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada is closely monitoring the developments on the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak and how it might impact Canadians affected by blood cancers.

Visit our COVID-19 Resource Center

Some people in treatment may be worried about the supply of therapeutic drugs (such as Imbruvica or Ibrutinib) produced in China. Its manufacturer Pharmacyclics is closely monitoring the situation and at this time, does not expect any impact on their product su ...

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Lymphoma: What you Need to Know

*Please note, this event is being held on Wednesday, April 17 and has switched from its original date of Thursday, April 18. We apologize for any inconvenience*

Join the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada on April 17th for the next meeting of our Winnipeg Patient Information and Support Sessions. The sessions will provide information on blood cancers and relevant topics as well as connect you with others who have a shared experience.  Attend the April session to hear hematolo ...

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What you should know about COVID-19 vaccines and blood cancers

Learn about what we currently know about the efficacy and safety of COVID-19 vaccines for people with blood cancers. You'll hear about the first Canada-wide study that’s underway to guide public health policies specifically for people with blood cancers following a COVID-19 vaccination and what you can do now to stay safe.

 

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