Haemato-Oncology (blood cancers)

There are many types of blood cancer. Blood cancers affect the production of blood cells and/or the way they work. Our Haemato-Oncology team provides expert care for blood cancers, including:

Acute Leukaemia

Bone Marrow (stem cell) Transplant

Chronic Leukaemia



Myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPN) and chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML)

Meet the team

Find out more about some of the people in our Haemato-Oncology (blood cancer) and the work they do in the stories below.

Nurse Consultant Craig Simon

Picture of Craig Simon in Clatterbridge in LiverpoolCraig's role as Nurse Consultant has two parts: his clinical specialty is myeloma and plasma cell disorders and he runs his own clinics and can prescribe for patients; he also provides professional leadership for all the non-trials clinical nurse specialists and advanced nurse practitioners in the wider Haemato-Oncology team across Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Liverpool and Aintree University Hospital.

Find out more about Craig, his work with myeloma and plasma cell disorders, his career in nursing and his current role.

Faster diagnosis service

People with symptoms that could be blood cancer can be referred to the faster diagnosis service we run in partnership with Liverpool University Hospitals. It means they can have the tests they need more quickly and conveniently, helping find out what's wrong.

Read more about the faster diagnosis service