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BEAT December: life-changing research, funded by you

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New research funded, thanks to you 
Meet the researchers

In our last round of funding applications in 2015, thanks to the support of people like you, we were able to fund some truly ground-breaking blood cancer research projects. In November, we funded 21 different projects, representing £13.3 million invested in some incredible blood cancer research. 

From testing a new approach to treating myeloma to understanding how leukaemia cells interact with the body's healthy cells, the research we've funded will transform the lives of people with blood cancer. 

And we couldn't do this without you. Thanks to your ongoing support, we'll be able to keep funding life-changing research across the country. Head over to our new Instagram feed to meet three of the research teams and find out how their work will help beat blood cancer – click on each Instagram image to read more about the projects you've helped us fund. 

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Susan's Appeal

Our winter appeal campaign is inspired by our founders, the Eastwood family. On our homepage you can explore our history from 1960 to the present day, read about the research that’ll save more lives, and donate to help us make it happen.

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A special gift

Supporters who give gifts in Wills are truly changing lives. We've received a gift from Amelia Gordon, which will fund a research project to improve treatments for children who have relapsed acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.

Amelia's incredible gift >

Your shout!

Danny Redhead, a member of our Winterton & District Branch, was recently recognised by the Prime Minister! Danny received a Points of Light Award, given to outstanding individual volunteers: people making change in their community. 

Well done Danny! >
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