'Chemotherapy was the easy part.'

In 2005, aged 15, Katherine Boulton from Stoke in Coventry represented Great Britain in a swimming competition in the United States when she...

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'Chemotherapy was the easy part.'

In 2005, aged 15, Katherine Boulton from Stoke in Coventry represented Great Britain in a swimming competition in the United States when she met then President George Bush Jnr and legendary gymnast Nadia Comaneci. She enjoyed swimming competitively and was studying hard for her GCSE’s. She...

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'Without the Centre & Cure Leukaemia I probably wouldn't be here.'

Life was going well for me. I’d just got a new job as Director of Public Health and had moved into a cottage in the country, both lifelong dreams of mine. I’d been feeling tired and run down and knew there was something wrong, then after some blood tests in January 2016, I came home from...

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'It's always someone else until it's you.'

Earlier this year, KPMG Birmingham raised funds for Cure Leukaemia at their annual dinner. When the cheque was presented to the charity's CEO James McLaughlin a few weeks later a video was shown to the members of staff present to show where the funds raised would go.  Jenna Ostrowski was...

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"By backing Cure Leukaemia you will be making a direct impact; helping hundreds of thousands of people live a better life and avoid unnecessary suffering and death."

George Freeman MP