Useful links

The value of the internet is widely recognised. However, not all the information available may be accurate and up to date. For this reason, we have selected some of the key sites that you may find useful.

With the exception of our own websites, Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand does not maintain these listed sites. We have suggested sites we believe may offer credible and responsible information. Please be aware that we cannot guarantee the information on them is correct, up to date or is evidence based medical information.

Blood cancer information

www.leukaemia.org.au
Leukaemia Foundation of Australia

www.bloodwise.org.uk

Lymphoma

www.lymphoma.org.uk
Lymphoma Association UK

www.lymphoma.org
Lymphoma Research Foundation USA

www.iwmf.com
International Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinaemia Foundation USA

Myeloma

www.myelomaonline.org.uk
Myeloma UK

www.myeloma.org.au
Myeloma Foundation of Australia

Myelodysplastic Syndromes & Aplastic Anaemia

www.theaat.org.uk
The Aplastic Anaemia Trust UK

www.aamds.org
Aplastic Anaemia & Myelodysplastic Syndromes International Foundation USA

Myeloproliferative Neoplasms

www.mpnresearchfoundation.org
Myeloproliferative Neoplasms Foundation USA

Other blood disorders

www.amyloidosis.org
Amyloidosis Support Network USA

www.pdsa.org
Platelet Disorder Support Association USA

www.thalassemia.org
Cooley’s Anaemia Foundation USA

www.ha.org.au
Haemochromatosis Australia

Bone Marrow & Stem Cell Transplant

www.bethematch.org
Be the match – Bone Marrow Transplantation

www.bonemarrow.org.nz
New Zealand Bone Marrow Donor Registry

General cancer information and support

www.cancernz.org.nz
Cancer Society of NZ

www.cancer.org.au
Cancer Council Australia

www.macmillan.org.uk
MacMillan Cancer Support UK

www.cancer.org
American Cancer Society

www.atmcoalition.org.nz
Access to Medicines (NZ)

Adolescent and young adults

www.canteen.org.nz
CanTeen NZ

www.canteen.org.au
Support for teenagers with a parent who has cancer

www.riprap.org.uk
Support for teenagers with a parent who has cancer

Emotional and social support information

www.cancer.net/coping-and-emotions
American Society of Clinical Oncology

www.wholelottalife.org
Support for 20-45 year olds with cancer

www.clicsargent.org.uk
Helping children and young people with cancer