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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Still Reins “Superior” in Independent Analysis of Chronic Disease Nonprofits

LLS continues to sustain bold progress, maintaining Cause Reports highest score and earned an esteemed "Superior" rating in its new, independent analysis of eight of the largest chronic disease organizations, recognized notably for its mission-driven "innovative programs" and "well-documented impact." LLS is proud that Cause Reports, the next level of charity reviews, affirms that your support will help blood cancer patients survive and thrive.

Walgreens helps raise more than $6 million for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and Susan G. Komen to Advance Cancer Research and Increase Access to Care

Walgreens raises more than $6 million through their annual spring fundraiser with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Susan G. Komen. During this multi-year partnership, Walgreens pledges to donate more than $25 million by 2024 to advance research for tough-to-treat cancers and increase equitable access to care.

First Day Message from LLS's New President and CEO

Read this heartfelt message from E. Anders Kolb, he takes on the role of CEO & President of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week: Free Support & Financial Resources from The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for Blood Cancer Patients, Survivors, Families & Caregivers

Here at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), we hear every day from blood cancer patients, families, and caregivers of all ages and from all walks of life. As we recognize Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week, LLS knows that a cancer diagnosis can bring plans to a screeching halt. We provide a variety of free support and resources to help patients and their families no matter where they are in their cancer experience. 

LLS advocates helped North Carolina expand Medicaid

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper just signed Medicaid expansion into law, following years of advocacy from LLS volunteers and staff. 

Once it takes effect, the bipartisan deal will make 600,000+ North Carolinians newly eligible for lifesaving care, including cancer screenings and treatment. 

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