St Vincent’s provides specialist haematology care to patients with blood disorders and blood cancers. Some of these include anaemia, blood clotting, leukaemia and lymphoma.
To care for these patients, the St Vincent Curran Foundation raised $7.3 million to build a world-class Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney. The Unit opened in 2018.
Since then, the Foundation has continued to help haematology patients by raising funds for:
- Ground-breaking stem cell research used to treat Multiple Sclerosis. As a result current trials of a revolutionary procedure for this previously untreatable auto-immune disease are underway, with promising results.
- Cancer care equipment and support services for patients undergoing blood cancer treatments.
Your donations are needed to ensure St Vincent’s continues to provide the best care to our patients, now and for generations to come.