Music Night Will Help Tackle Blood Cancers

Music Night Will Help Tackle Blood Cancers

30 - 1 - 2019

A charity campaigner from Kent is encouraging you to attend an evening of music and laughter to help raise vital funds for the Lions International Blood Research Appeal (LIBRA) and Anthony Nolan. Robin Fuller, whose wife Lynda underwent a lifesaving bone marrow transplant, is organising the exciting event which will take place on Saturday 6th April 2019 at the Boughton Monchelsea Village Hall, Maidstone, from 7pm.  Find Out More

Take Part in the Tonbridge Triathlon 2019

Take Part in the Tonbridge Triathlon 2019

29 - 11 - 2018

Tonbridge Triathlon has provided LIBRA with five places for its annual Triathlon on Bank Holiday Monday, 6th May 2019. LIBRA supporters can enter the event for FREE and help raise vital funds to tackle blood cancers including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma. This popular event takes place at Tonbridge School Sports Centre, London Road, Tonbridge.  Find Out More

Leigh Lions Family Day Raises Vital Funds

Leigh Lions Family Day Raises Vital Funds

26 - 7 - 2018

Leigh Lions Club recently raised £1,100 in aid of LIBRA’s Tree of Life appeal. Members of the Greater Manchester Club organised a fantastic ‘Family Day Out’ on 22nd July 2018, with a mini fete in a charming garden setting.
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Official Opening of LIBRA Funded Unit at King’s

Official Opening of LIBRA Funded Unit at King’s

18 - 7 - 2018

Chairman of LIBRA, Andrew Lodge recently celebrated the official opening of a new Ambulatory Transplant Unit at King’s College Hospital. He was joined by MP Nick Boles who was the very first patient to be treated in the unit, along with Dr Victoria Potter who oversees it. LIBRA heard how the MP had received a bone marrow transplant for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2017 and is now cancer-free.  Find Out More

Progress with blood cancer treatments announced on King’s Tour

Progress with blood cancer treatments announced on King’s Tour

01 - 6 - 2018

LIBRA welcomed more than thirty supporters to King’s on 30th May, providing an opportunity to meet with Professors who work tirelessly to tackle blood cancers and blood disorders. Chairman Andrew Lodge presented on the history of the charity over the last 40 years and King's experts provided progress reports on the development of new treatments for patients.  Find Out More