Belonging to a larger community feels good, especially when we know that work being undertaken nationally can also provide a bigger voice on behalf of patients with lymphoma.
Other membership benefits:
- Sharing of best practices among members. Best practices may include “how-to” toolkits, algorithms of care, policies and procedures, and resources from other member organisations, to name a few;
- Provision of consistent as well as reliable current information including statistics and access on the different lymphomas including chronic lymphocytic leukaemia;
- Ability as a larger community of lymphoma patient organisations to raise awareness about lymphomas through activities such as World Lymphoma Awareness Day and the Global Patient Survey;
- Capacity building support provided.