At the age of 24, Jessica was unexpectedly diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia.Read more


Abyaz was diagnosed with juvenile myelomonocytic leukaemia when he was two years old. After his first bone marrow transplant he developed acute myeloid leukaemia.Read more


Debbie was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia in 2011 as a university student. Read about the help she received from Leukaemia UK.Read more


When Becky was 29 years old, she was told she needed a stem cell transplant for a rare blood disorder.Read more


Billie, 31, was diagnosed with leukaemia two years ago. She set up Billie's Fund, which has so far raised £18,000 for the charities that helped her during treatment. We are delighted that Leukaemia UK is one of Billie's nominated charities.Read more


Kathryn struggled with the physical and emotional impact of her diagnosis with Hodgkin lymphoma. Read how counselling and the support of her family helped her find a positive new way of life.Read more


For Lucreta, the counselling she received after being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia became a crucial part of her treatment. She describes how talking about her condition helped take her to make it into remission.Read more


Paul was told he had multiple myeloma two days before Christmas. Alone and in shock, his first concern was about how to break the news to his family. He describes how counselling played a key part in helping him cope with his treatment and focus on getting better.Read more


When Adam, 31, was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma he put his faith in his medical team and tackled his condition one chemotherapy session at a time. But mentally he was squaring up for a second challenge – how to cope with losing his hair.Read more


Anika was seven months pregnant with her second daughter when she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. She describes how her close family, specialist counselling and her faith have given her the strength to face up to her cancer.Read more