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Blood Cancer Awareness Month: Navigating the New Normal

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM). We all know that a blood cancer diagnosis is life-changing, and that is why this year we want to bring awareness to what navigating this new normal may look like.

New Normal: Community Stories

The"new normal" is a phrase used consistently by our community members. Whether newly diagnosed, in active treatment, or in remission, our lives post-diagnosis are never the same.

Here are stories shared by our community members about navigating this new normal:

What does navigating the new normal mean to you? Share in our stories.

Do you have questions or tips on coping with the "new normal"? Submit a forum and start a conversation.

Be in the know

We'll be sharing about navigating the new normal of blood cancer diagnosis all month long. Subscribe to our newsletter to get all of the latest articles and news about BCAM 2022!

Plus, check out our community hub for updates and trending topics!

Enter our giveaway

In honor of Blood Cancer Awareness Month, we are running a giveaway from September 1 until the end of the month. We asked our community to tell us what was the best gift they received while living with blood cancer. There were many different answers, but 1 that stood out was a Kindle. So we are giving away:

  • A Kindle Fire 7, standing case, and screen protector
  • A My Blood Cancer Journal

Join us on social media!

We will be sharing and talking about Blood Cancer Awareness all month on our social media. Join us on our social media platforms and stay up-to-date on all things awareness month!

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