Blood Cancer Awareness Month

Lymphoma is the most common form of blood cancer, so every September we come together to raise awareness and vital funds to support our work.

Let's talk lymphoma... to make sure no one faces lymphoma alone.

Will you talk lymphoma with us?

We'd love you to support our campaign this September. To find out all the ways you can be involved in Blood Cancer Awareness Month 2024, please register now to get your free pack.

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Personal stories

Every 26 minutes someone is diagnosed with lymphoma in the UK - read stories from real people affected by lymphoma to understand why this campaign matters.

Zip for lymphoma!

Take part in our double zip challenge on Saturday 21 September. You can join Team Laura in Wales or Team Amy in Kent to fly through the sky to raise much needed awareness and funds.

Get your bake on!

When better to talk lymphoma than over tea and cake? Hold a coffee morning or bake sale to share the signs and symptoms and raise some vital pounds.

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Talking points

Did you know lymphoma is the UK's 5th most common cancer? Help us raise awareness of the key facts and figures about lymphoma by displaying our poster in your local community.

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Take on a challenge

Show your support with a challenge in your local area - you can run, swim or take on obstacles! Whatever you choose, you'll be part of our mission to get everyone talking about lymphoma.

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Know the symptoms

Do you know the symptoms of lymphoma? Watch our animation to get to know the signs, and spread the word so that everyone knows what to look out for.


Get involved

Whether you want to share our resources, hold an event, bake a cake, take on a challenge or support on social media - our free pack has all the information and inspiration you need to get started.

Register now!

What is lymphoma?

Lymphoma is a haematological cancer or blood cancer - a cancer that develops from blood cells. All lymphomas develop from types of white blood cells called lymphocytes, which are part of the immune system. Watch our animation to learn more about lymphoma

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Symptoms of lymphoma

Lymphoma can cause many different symptoms, depending on its type and where it is in your body. The most common symptoms include swollen lymph nodes, fatigue, unexplained weight loss, sweats and itching. Share this animation to spread the word.

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