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Leukaemia Care Society

Leukaemia CARE is a blood cancer support charity and is devoted to ensuring that anyone affected by blood cancer receives the right support, information and advice. Leukaemia care society targets on the support that are needed now to guide those affected by blood cancer cope during a diagnosis and beyond. It all began with a group of parents whose children were suffering from leukaemia. Sat around a kitchen table, they decided to set up one of the first ever support groups to help others going through a similar situation. It once started as one and now has grown to over 15 support groups across the UK. Leukaemia CARE registered with the Charity Commission on 11th September 1969 and has since transformed into a national charity with an ardent team of employees, trustees and, of course, volunteers. The charity was originally formed as a children’s leukaemia charity and now thirty years from then, Leukaemia CARE offers support to people of all ages affected by any blood or lymphatic cancer. Leukaemia CARE provides information and support to anyone affected by a diagnosis of any blood cancer. They work collaboratively with other stakeholders and members of the pharmaceutical industry which enable them to achieve their aims and objectives, often providing opportunities to raise awareness of issues and improve the lives of anyone affected by blood cancer. As Leukaemia CARE is a charity, they are dependent on external sources of support to fund their activities. Consequently, they are committed to developing a wide variety of dependable sources of income. Although the vast majority of their funding comes from their own fundraising activities and those of the volunteers, any funding they receive from the pharmaceutical industry enables them to provide additional support that would not otherwise be possible. They also run a number of patient and carer conferences which takes place annually. 

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