Leukemia

A cancer of the blood and bone marrow caused by too many white blood cells, leukemia takes on several forms and can occur in both children and adults. Learn more about early detection and treatment options.

Resources

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary nonprofit health organization dedicated to developing better outcomes for blood cancer patients, sponsoring life-saving research, providing critical support, education and resources to patients and their families and working to ensure patients have access to high quality cancer care.

American Cancer Society

One of the country's largest and oldest volunteer health organizations, dedicated to eliminating cancer.

Leukemia Advocacy Resource Flashcard

Learn about the role of advocacy organizations in providing support for patients with cancer.


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Cancer Care

The mission of CancerCare is to provide free professional support services for anyone affected by cancer. Learn More

Cancer Support Community

The Cancer Support Community is an international nonprofit dedicated to providing support, education, and hope to people affected by cancer and their loved ones. Learn More

Cancer Research Institute

The Cancer Research Institute (CRI) is dedicated to pursuing research in and advancing awareness of immunotherapy for cancer. Learn More

Educational Information

National Cancer Institute - Tips and advice for coping with the emotional and physical changes, self image, and day-to-day care. Learn More 

American Cancer Society - Post-treatment lifestyle changes to help you improve your health in the long term. Learn More

Community Resources

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society® - Information on clinical trials, how they work, who can participate, and how to find out if they're right for you. Learn More