Hearing you have ALL can be overwhelming, upsetting and hard to understand.

It is important you know that:

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There is hope

Treatments for this type of blood cancer can lead to remission.

Research is advancing

Treatments are more effective today compared to 30 years ago.
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It’s nothing you did

You did not catch the disease from someone else and cannot pass it to your children.

You are not alone.

Know that the blood cancer community is here to support you every step of the way.

What happens next?

Experiences of others with ALL



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The uncertainties were intimidating, but, with the support from my family and friends, they helped me get through the “hiccups”, and the emotional rollercoaster during treatment.

Calgary AB

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Resources on ALL

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Access all fact sheets, guides, podcast, videos and other resources to learn everything from disease symptoms, statistics and treatment options.


Doctors classify acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) into subtypes by using various tests. The subtype plays a large part in deciding the type of treatment.

  • Philadelphia-positive ALL (Ph+ ALL) - Factsheet available

  • Acute precursor B-cell leukemia/ Pre B-cell lymphoblastic leukemia 

  • Acute B-lymphoblastic leukemia 

  • Acute T-lymphoblastic leukemia 

  • Natural killer (NK) cell leukemia