What does the Trust do?

Cornwall Leukaemia Trust was founded in 1981 to help patients with leukaemia and allied disorders in Cornwall.

About 250 new patients with these diseases are seen in the Haematology Department at Treliske Hospital each year.

Without the support of the Trust, this would not have been possible.

Where does the Trust obtain its funds?

From the people of Cornwall and elsewhere. All Leukaemia Trust income comes from donations, bequests and investments.

Many local organisations, relatives of past and present patients, schools and charities have supported and continue to support us.

What are the Trust's plans for the future?

The Trust will continue to provide support for the Haematology and Oncology Department as long as patients continue to suffer from leukaemia and other blood disorders.

Expansion plans for the Haematology Unit will improve facilities for all such patients.

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