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Life After Cancer #WorldCancerDay

LIFE AFTER CANCER CAN BE CHALLENGING. After treatment, it’s common to feel excited and anxious about the future. At this stage, survivors often reflect on their priorities, relationships and goals. Many survivors say that cancer changes them. And with time, they often find a new and more meaningful way of living. Everyone expects survivors to move on and feel grateful. But many people still need our ...

Announcing the LLSC Hero Award

Dean, thank you for your remarkable fundraising efforts on behalf of the blood cancer community. You are helping to fuel the research discoveries and breakthroughs that improve and extend the lives of those affected by blood cancers. Words alone cannot express the depth of our gratitude for your passion, dedication and commitment. In recognition of your singular achievement, raising $50,000 for the blood cancer co...

Blood Cancers feature

Class act New resources from the cancer agency score high marks for helping students with blood cancer return to school
Leaf Worsley and her son, Mars, struggled with his return to school, having missed years of learning and experiencing a lack of resources to help him with the transition.
BOBBIE-JO BODDEN PHOTOGRAPHY Their fight against cancer may be done, but for many children, their return ...

Beating Cancer is in our Blood

Beating Cancer Is In Our Blood campaign making its debut during Blood Cancer Awareness Month and is expected to raise $200,000 for blood cancer research this September.   
Toronto, ON (September 4, 2018) – This month, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC) introduces– its Bea...

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