The Leukaemia & Lymphoma Unit at UCLH
The Leukaemia & Lymphoma Unit at UCLH is a world centre of excellence in the treatment and care of patients over the age of 13 with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma, thalassaemia and all other haematological disorders. We also have one of the largest stem cell transplant centres in Europe.
Our close association with the UCL Cancer Institute enables us to translate research discoveries into new treatment strategies.
Funds are used to improve our patients’ experience on the Unit. For example, we offer patients free complementary therapy, help them to buy wigs if they have lost their hair and help them with travel costs so that they can come for daycare treatment.
The fund also helps us buy state-of-the-art medical equipment and amenities and support post-graduate education for nurses.
You can make a donation here.
STOP PRESS: The Leukaemia & Lymphoma Unit Fund has six places in the RideLondon100 cycle event. This is a 100-mile loop on closed roads, from central London out to the Surrey Hills and back, finishing on the Mall.