• The needs of the blood cancer community are greater as a result of the pandemic.
• The pace of research discoveries depends on continued, uninterrupted funding.
• Coming together, even when we’re apart, can deliver greater results.
• Beyond anything else, the future is full of hope.
When you Light The Night...
You are fueling research
You are putting a person in control
You are easing their concerns
A blood cancer diagnosis is more than the illness. It is a community of people first.
It is a person who will have to quit a job, stop school and pause plans for the future to overcome a grave illness.
It is a person who will have to care for a loved one day-after-day for weeks, months or even years.
It is a person who will find the best course of action to treat the illness, monitor the progress, or offer advice.
It is a person who will dedicate their career to finding new ways to treat the disease with fewer side effects.
It is a family that grieves a loved one lost to the disease.