Awareness Beyond September
Our work as advocates does not end with September - Blood Cancer Awareness Month. We will continue to connect people who are affected by blood cancer, share stories from advocates, post current research, and provide more information that will benefit the blood cancer community. Will you help us continue spreading awareness and let others know they are not alone by telling your story? Click here to start sharing!
Ways to stay connected
Stories from the community
Stories from our advocates
- Getting Involved During Awareness Month & Beyondby Carole McCue
- My Cancer Rainbow by Bob McEachern
- Shifting Focus: Survivor vs. Living Beingby Vincent Goodwin
- Awareness for ALL Cancersby Racheli Alkobey
- Throwing Caution to the Windby Matt Goldman
- Multiple Mets and No Primaryby Scott Christiansen
- Me. Am I Cancer. Is it me? Who would I be without it? by Katie Ruane
Have a question? Got an answer?
Do you know about our community Q&A board? Click here to ask the community a question or help answer one if you have something to add! Check out some of our members' questions below.
- Upcoming SCT: What should I expect?
- What are the next steps after a mantle cell lymphoma diagnosis?
- Punished for having cancer?
You can also join a conversation or start a new discussion on our forums!
Join us on social media
Have you followed @BloodCancer_HU on Instagram or Twitter? Using multiple social media platforms can help connect people living with blood cancer and their caregivers all over the world. Stay connected by tagging us in your pictures and retweeting your favorite posts!
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Sending a huge thank you to our advocates and community members who told their stories during #bloodcancerawarenessmonth. 👏🏼Here are just a few of those amazing people! Check out Blood-Cancer.com to read more from blood cancer patients and caregivers from all over the world. #scrollleft⬅️ . . Spreading awareness of #bloodcancer does not stop at the end of September. How will you continue to make others aware? Tell us in the comments below! 😀 . . #multiplemyeloma #leukemia #lymphoma #cancersucks
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