In memory of Darin John Page

By Donna Page

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Who was Darin

Darin was a man of honour above all else. He had Mantle Cell Lymphoma, a blood cancer he beat. 

Why is he gone? Because the research into engraftment syndrome in this country needs to improve. 

And because people, who should, don't listen and do the research because they don't know enough to look it up.

Together we will keep their star shining bright

Hello friends & family,

I have created this page in memory of Darin. 

He would not want what happened to him to happen again.  Research and support are the answer

I am not asking you to donate today, or even tomorrow, but of you can help in the future just click the donate button.

So many people are dying because of the lack of research. 

I want to honour his memory by lighting the way for future Australians affected by blood cancer and supporting the work of the Leukaemia Foundation. And we want a future where no lives are lost to blood cancer.

A donation in memory of Darin means his legacy will have a lasting impact for years to come.

He would love to know that his memory will continue to help all Australians with blood cancer. To access the best treatments, care and support they need to survive, and thrive no matter their background or where they live. His legacy will help power ground-breaking research meaning fewer families will be going through what we are in the future.

Please help me honour their legacy by using the 'Donate' button. The more people who know about the Leukaemia Foundation's work, the greater their impact, so please spread the word by sharing my page with your friends, family and colleagues.

Thank you in advance for your generosity. You will be giving an incredible gift of hope.

Thank you for your kind support




Donna Page