Brett Conley is now living "a relatively normal" life but the effects of her blood cancer will always be with her. Photo: (ABC News: Dylan Anderson) When she went to the doctor with a blood nose and symptoms of fatigue, Brett Conley had no idea she would be rushed straight to hospital with an aggressive form of blood cancer. Blood cancer could be the leading form of cancer deaths by 2035, according to new research The Leukemia Foundation report found the true impact of the disease in Australia has been underestimated A new taskforce has been established to tackle the high rates of blood cancer "We were a bit stunned … I thought it was a death sentence, to be honest," she said. Ms Conley, now 28, is one of thousands of Australians who has experienced blood cancer, but a new report has found the true size, scale and […]