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LILY’S CAMPAIGN

I struggled with PTSD [post-traumatic stress disorder] and finding my way as a mum. I’m now two years in remission and life is great. I thank cancer for helping me truly live my life and be grateful for each moment. My little boy is such a happy and kind little boy who definitely knows

PAUL’S CAMPAIGN

“By providing what they do, the Leukaemia Foundation helps ease the stress of so many things we used to take for granted every day.”  Paul, now three years old, is free from a blood cancer that only an estimated 65 Australians, and more commonly adults, are

LYNDON’S CAMPAIGN

“Lyndon won’t stop asking when he can go to school” At just four years old Lyndon has showed more strength and resilience than many of us do in a lifetime, beating leukaemia not just once but twice. In early 2016, Lyndon’s mum Earlene noticed the

ELIZABETH’S CAMPAIGN

Elizabeth Mancini was diagnosed with a blood cancer called leukaemia. The following are all Elizabeth’s words, shared with the Leukaemia Foundation to help raise awareness of blood cancer during September’s Blood Cancer Awareness Month 2019. You can share your story, too, by clicking here. My story started on the

GINA’S CAMPAIGN

Gina was diagnosed with a blood cancer called leukaemia. The following are Gina’s words, shared with the Leukaemia Foundation to help raise awareness of blood cancer for September’s World CML Day and Blood Cancer Awareness Month. You can share your story, too, by clicking here. Many

RUDIA’S CAMPAIGN

Rudia is happy with the delayed decision she made in 2015 to go on a Phase I trial for a new CML drug – asciminib. “It has turned out to be a really good thing to try and I’m happy I did it,” said Rudia.  

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Never ever think of giving up. Winners never quit and quitters never win. Take all negative words out of your mental dictionary and focus on the solutions with utmost conviction and patience. The battle is never lost until you’ve abandon your vision. But what if

EMMA’S CAMPAIGN

Emma was a healthy 28-year-old living the life over in the UK when she was suddenly “struck weak at the knee’s” by a blood disorder leading to a second blood cancer diagnosis.  “I was travelling, going on new adventures and excited for everything ahead of

ELLIE’S CAMPAIGN

Ellie was diagnosed with a blood cancer called leukaemia in 2014. The following are all Ellie’s words, shared with the Leukaemia Foundation to help raise awareness of blood cancer during September’s Blood Cancer Awareness Month. You can share your story, too, by clicking here. In February

SARAH’S CAMPAIGN

Sarah was diagnosed with a blood cancer called leukaemia. The following are all Sarah’s words, shared with the Leukaemia Foundation to help raise awareness of blood cancer during September’s Blood Cancer Awareness Month 2019. You can share your story, too, by clicking here. I was 14 years