Video case study: how we made blood cancer visible

Blue Latitude Health|6th February 2019

Blood cancer is the third biggest cancer killer in the UK, impacting 24,000 adults and children every year. However, 96% of the public are unaware of its prevalence. 

Our emotive, creative installation toured the UK to spread awareness of this devastating group of diseases. Our goal was to make the unseen, seen and the unheard, heard. Above all, we wanted to give patients a voice. This is how we did it.


Why we’re taking a stand against multiple myeloma

Natasha Cowan|25th March 2019

March is Myltiple Myeloma Awareness Month, a disease which has personally touched the lives of many people at Blue Latitude. For the rest of the month we have a few events planned to mark our continued commitment to combatting this disease. 

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What it means to be a CALM company

Jack Reinsfield|20th March 2019

Blue Latitude sits down with CALM’s Director of Corporate Partnerships, Andrew Brown, to talk about what CALM does, how to sustainably safeguard mental health in the workplace, and what it means to be a CALM company.

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Why we're running: London Marathon 2019

Jack Reinsfield|8th March 2019

This year, seven staff members at Blue Latitude Health will be running in the London Marathon, and fundraising for Bloodwise UK. This is why we're running. 

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