No one should go on a cancer journey alone. 

Lymphoma Australia is dedicated to raising funds to ensure specialist Lymphoma Care Nurses are available wherever they are needed.

Our Lymphoma Care Nurses help patients and their families from the time of diagnosis and throughout treatment.

 

Nurse Donna with patient Carol

 

Your gift is important. 

Together we can address a growing need which is that every Australian diagnosed with lymphoma should have access to the appropriate support; no matter where they live or what their financial situation.  

Thank you for supporting Lymphoma Australia and patients and families across Australia.

Lymphoma is the 6th most common cancer in Australia, and the number one blood cancer. It is the number one cancer in young people aged 15-29 years.

There are more than 6,400 Australians diagnosed with Lymphoma each year - that is one person every 2 hours. Many lives will be affected by one new diagnosis and despite Lymphoma being our sixth most common cancer, we don’t even know the cause.

Lymphoma Australia is the only national charity dedicated to Lymphoma. Our aim is to reduce the impact of this cancer in the community through advocacy, awareness, education, support and research.

We thank you for your support. 

 
 

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No one should go on a cancer journey alone. 

Lymphoma Australia is dedicated to raising funds to ensure specialist Lymphoma Care Nurses are available wherever they are needed.

Our Lymphoma Care Nurses help patients and their families from the time of diagnosis and throughout treatment.

 

Nurse Donna with patient Carol

 

Your gift is important. 

Together we can address a growing need which is that every Australian diagnosed with lymphoma should have access to the appropriate support; no matter where they live or what their financial situation.  

Thank you for supporting Lymphoma Australia and patients and families across Australia.

Lymphoma is the 6th most common cancer in Australia, and the number one blood cancer. It is the number one cancer in young people aged 15-29 years.

There are more than 6,400 Australians diagnosed with Lymphoma each year - that is one person every 2 hours. Many lives will be affected by one new diagnosis and despite Lymphoma being our sixth most common cancer, we don’t even know the cause.

Lymphoma Australia is the only national charity dedicated to Lymphoma. Our aim is to reduce the impact of this cancer in the community through advocacy, awareness, education, support and research.

We thank you for your support. 

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