At TLR we give hope to those with blood cancers such as leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and other diseases treatable with a stem cell or bone marrow transplant.
To find the next generation of stem cell and bone marrow donors across Australia.
We are focusing our efforts on recruiting those aged 18 to 30 as research shows they are the ideal donors. They give patients the best chance of a full recovery.
At TLR, we recognise the incredible dedication nurses give to both the patients and their carers, and encourage those wanting to further their education to specialise in the care of transplant patients.
The Trace Richey Nursing Scholarships are awarded to nurses wanting to graduate with a Master in Cancer & Heamatology Nursing taught at the University of Sydney.
The TLR Foundation supports patients with The Trace Richey Patient Room in the new Haematology, Blood and Marrow Transplant ward in Sydney’s St Vincent’s hospital.
The state of the art room is specifically designed for patients needing a stem cell or bone marrow transplant. The room has been built with cutting edge technology to reduce the risk of infection, which giving the patient the privacy and dignity they deserve.
Nursing Scholarships Awarded
Contact The TLR Foundation by phone or email about donating bone marrow/stem cells, nursing scholarships, fundraising or events.