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Rob Neander and Tom Marshall meeting and hugging for the first time.
When Rod Neander, of western Canada, got to hug the man who saved his life, it was in fact the second young father named Tom in the Manchester area who made a big impact in his blood cancer experience.
Adolescents and Young Adults, Stories
Left to right: Rami El-Sharkaway; Christina Sit; and Nadine Prevost.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada were honoured to be invited to speak at the Canadian Association of Pharmacy in Oncology (CAPhO) in Moncton, New Brunswick this month.
Events, Partners
An image of Alysssa smiling while holding up a white lantern with a group of people. Overlayed with the text: "Make a difference where it truly matters. 4x Quadruple your impact today!"
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

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