Catch up on the Cabbage Patch 10 Mile Race 2018: The Highlights

Cabbage Patch Race and a Surprise Choir for MDS Awareness Day 2018! MDS UK and the Iconic Cabbage Patch 10 Mile Race By Russell Cook, runner, ex-MDS Patient and Deputy Chairman Trustee & Director of MDS UK Patient Support Group Sunday 14 October saw MDS UK represented at the iconic Cabbage Patch 10 mile race. […]

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Make Blood Cancer Visible: The Patient Stories

Why are we campaigning to Make Blood Cancer Visible? September is blood cancer awareness month and we are working together to #MakeBloodCancerVisible. Blood cancer affects 240,000 adults and children in the UK and claims more lives each year than either breast or prostate cancer. Yet, blood cancer does not get the priority and recognition it […]

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Make Blood Cancer Visible 2018 coverage from Wales

The Make Blood Cancer Visible campaign was set up in Cardiff during the week of 10 – 15 Sept, in Working Street. Take a look at the many photos and reactions of the public to this exhibit – and read all about the campaign on the London launch page BBC Wales evening news

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Take Part in Make Blood Cancer Visible 2018 this September

For a better understanding and perception of blood cancer Throughout September #BloodCancerAwarenessMonth, we will tweeting bite-size MDS Facts and results from our MDS UK survey, which assessed the status and needs of 171 MDS patients in the UK. The month-long campaign is called Make Blood Cancer Visible. We are working with colleagues of all Blood […]

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September Blood Cancer Awareness Month

Make Blood Cancer Visible September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Last year, in 2017, the event was marked with many other blood cancer charities, with an extraordinary art installation in London, named “Make Blood Cancer Visible” – which featured the names of 104 blood cancer patients in red letter statues – and exhibited in central […]

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Dr Martin Wermke explains how iron overload can affect the outcome of stem cell transplant

Dr Martin Wermke, Haematologist, University Hospital Dresden, Germany, explains the impact of iron overload in the blood in allogeneic stem cell transplant – and how that information can guide therapeutic interventions. Iron Overload: A Patient Story Bergit Kuhle’s experience with Chelation Therapy Bergit Kuhle Watch the latest videos on MDS Dr Martin Wermke explains how […]

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