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Today our Fundraising Team are at a charity golf day at Thorpe Hall Golf Club in Southend organised by their Lady C… https://t.co/8ceotVtKtl
This week it has been confirmed that pegaspargase, a drug used to treat patients with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, is approved for regular use for NHS patients in England and Wales. Read More
Sarah Cheeseman was diagnosed with a rare bone marrow disorder, aplastic anaemia, in 2007. Her experiences of a Hickman line led her to develop the Central Line Holder to make living with a Hickman line that little bit more bearable. Read More
Ali Jacobs was diagnosed with acute promyelocytic leukaemia (APML), a rare type of leukaemia, when she was 35. Now, eight years on and in full remission, she's enjoying life and reflects on her journey and the treatment that saved her. Read More
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