Reassessing what matters in life

At the young age of 36 Clinton was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML). The diagnosis helped him to reassess his life to determine what was important to him and how he wanted to live

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Blood Sweat and Tears of Joy Western Australia

This time last week the Snowdome Foundation and Blood Cancer Research WA hosted ‘Blood, Sweat and Tears of Joy’ an educational evening bringing together clinicians, researchers, patients and supporters. The premise behind Blood Cancer Research

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There is so much to be hopeful about

Dave is an incredibly fit individual. Sport and staying healthy have always been a priority for him. He even represented the UK in Karate! Dave’s first indicator that something was not right with his health

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The Simple Man

Paul Mutimer had niggling back pain and was constantly tired, but he felt it was due to his workload as a psychologist and his age.  At 57 being tired and suffering some back pain is

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Tom Long is filled with gratitude

Tom Long is filled with gratitude. He got a second chance at life when he was accepted into a CAR T-cell therapy trial at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance in the USA. Three months ago

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Carpe diem

In this Patient Perspective story, we hark back to late 2014 when we featured a story about the generosity of Warwick Sherman. In remission from non-Hodgkins lymphoma, he was embarking on a second quest to win the ‘Sydney

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