Get involved in Blood Cancer Awareness Month

We're looking for patients, carers, family members and friends to help us make this years Blood Cancer Awareness Mouth our biggest yet!

Blood Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) in September each year is a month dedicated to raising awareness about what blood cancers are, who is affected and calling for improvements in patient care.

Last year at Leukaemia Care we launched the Spot Leukaemia campaign for BCAM. Helping the public and GPs to learn to spot the signs and symptoms of leukaemia and save lives by early diagnosis.

For BCAM 2018 Spot Leukaemia is returning and this year it’s going to be even bigger!

But for more people to hear the message of Spot Leukaemia, we need you to get involved. Use the form below and select the ways you would like to be involved this September.

 






Sharing your written storyPatient, carer or family/friends videosSpotty fundraising eventsRaising local awareness – e.g. taking flyers to your local GP surgeryVolunteering at our local events


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