"Significant changes have been made to lives of patients with blood cancer.  There was a patient who failed everything – bone marrow transplant and chemotherapy – and almost lost her life. But she went on to trials, and she is still alive today. That drives home the message of the importance of having access to novel agents and trials.  You never know what is going to be the next breakthrough."


Assoc Prof Lim Soon Thye
Deputy Head, SingHealth Duke-NUS Blood Cancer Centre
Head, Division of Medical Oncology, National Cancer Centre Singapore

Celebrated on May 28th, World Blood Cancer Day is an international awareness day where people all over the world join together to raise awareness on blood cancer. The awareness symbol, a red ampersand conveys that you & I are united in the fight against blood cancer.


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