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Until April 14th, the Lutz family, in honour of their son Jay – a survivor of acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) – has committed to matching your donation 4 times, up to $100,000!
A man standing by a harbor in Toronto staring off into the distance with his hands in his pockets. Behind him is the landscape of downtown Toronto with the CN tower visibile.
Adjusting to life in a new country can be challenging, and facing a blood cancer diagnosis can add an extra layer of complexity. New Canadians now have easier access to information about blood cancer, as well as free programs and services offered by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC).
Education, Media Mentions
Dr. Hira Mian
This being Myeloma Awareness Month in Canada, we thought we’d shine a light on one of this country’s leading researchers of myeloma – specifically, multiple myeloma.
Partners, Events
A graphical image containing a young woman hugging an older woman with the overlayed text "World Cancer Day, February 4th. Flash match one week only! Double your impact today.
World Cancer Day's theme – Close the Care Gap – is what the LLSC is all about: Helping to close the care gap for Canadians affected by a blood cancer.
Franziska Mey
Beyond the scope of our research grant opportunities, LLSC is pleased to have other opportunities to partner in co-funding research with like-minded organizations.

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