New, more effective therapy for pediatric leukemia

Living each day to the fullest after a difficult prognosis

FDA approves new drug combination for acute myeloid leukemia patients

About us

Research grants

We fund promising blood cancer research worldwide to accelerate the development of new treatments and therapies.

Patient support

We support blood cancer patients with free educational programs, financial assistance, and other free support services.

Get involved

Help drive us closer to a cure for all blood cancers by joining our community of donors, volunteers, and supporters.

Our impact


raised in support of our mission


research projects funded worldwide


disbursed in need-based financial support


participants in patient education programs over last ten years

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Since diagnosis, my husband has been through multiple stages of chemo, a stem cell transplant, and various complications post stem cell transplant. This money will allow us to pay a large amount of the medical bills that we owe and use our limited income for daily needs, such as groceries and rent. What a relief it is to have assistance.
- Susan, caregiver
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Knowing the Leukemia Research Foundation was there when we needed information and financial assistance was comforting beyond words. We are very thankful for the support.
- Barry, blood cancer patient
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I've been going to Leukemia Research Foundation's patient education programs since 2016. I've learned a lot from the doctors and the programs are so affirming! When you hear information from top doctors that confirms the treatment direction you are going, it makes you feel more confident and relieved that you're on the right track.
- Janice, blood cancer patient
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The Leukemia Research Foundation is a lifesaver. I stopped going to the doctor because I was overwhelmed with medical bills, co-pays, and transportation costs. Thank you for the support you have given me — my doctor says I’m improving again. You are the only organization that would help me out when I needed it.
- Bill, blood cancer patient
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