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September is
Blood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and this year we're celebrating our lifesaving community and asking you to join in.

Every 14 minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with blood cancer. And when no other treatment works, a stem cell transplant can be a patient’s last chance of survival.

Anthony Nolan gives three people every day a second chance of life. By working together, we know we can do even more to support blood cancer patients. From heading out on a walk to emailing your MP, there are so many ways to get involved in Blood Cancer Awareness Month.

WALKING TOGETHER
SAVING LIVES

Join people across the country Walking Together in September with your own sponsored walk as part of our brand new event to raise lifesaving funds for Anthony Nolan.

 

Communities
Vs Blood Cancer

 

How many potential lifesavers are there in your area? Find out and share your local lifesaving stats with your MP or MSPs to invite them to get involved with Anthony Nolan.

20 years of
student lifesaving

 

Marrow, our student groups, are kickstarting a year of events as they celebrate 20 years of lifesaving. Find out more about their plans and get involved with your local student Marrow group. 

World Marrow
Donor Day

 

On 15 September, we’ll be celebrating and thanking the international community of stem cell donors and supporters as part of World Marrow Donor Day. Join the conversation using #THANKYOUDONOR

Make Blood Cancer
Visible

 

We’re working with the Blood Cancer Alliance to support their annual awareness campaign, which this year features a touring exhibition of statues sharing patient’s stories.

Find out if the tour is coming to a town near you:

  • LONDON – 2 - 8 September. Westfield, Stratford.
  • CARDIFF – 9 -15 September.  Working Street, Cardiff.
  • MANCHESTER – 16 - 22 September. Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester.
  • EDINBURGH – 23 – 29 September. Waverley Mall, Edinburgh.

Find out more about the Make Blood Cancer Visible campaign