Let's talk lymphoma...

Blood Cancer Awareness Month 

A look back on September 2023.

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Thank you for talking lymphoma with us!

Your support made last year's Blood Cancer Awareness Month our biggest ever! More than 450 of you answered our call to help, including 75 hospitals. Thanks to you, thousands of people found out more about lymphoma and over £85,000 was raised to help even more people affected by the 5th most common cancer.

To everyone who talked lymphoma with us during Blood Cancer Awareness Month, we want to say a heartfelt thank you.

Read more about how our campaign went here.

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Your lymphoma stories

Read inspiring stories from Georgia and the other faces of our Blood Cancer Awareness Month 2023 campaign. 

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Symptoms of lymphoma

Our new ‘lymphoma symptoms’ animation was watched by over 65,000 people during September.

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Join us

Over 500 people got involved during Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Find out how you can support us all year round.

Let's talk mental health and lymphoma

Emotional wellbeing

We launched Dr Anna Lagerdahl's video about the impact of lymphoma on mental health and emotional wellbeing.

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Let's talk champions

If you, your family or friends have links to a company, school, sports or social club, or other organisation, could you be our champions and tell them about Lymphoma Action?

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Talking points

We are very grateful to everyone who helped us raise awareness by displaying our key facts and figures poster.