The Aplastic Anaemia Trust Support Group was set up in 1997 by Bryony Partridge whose young daughter Amy had been diagnosed with severe aplastic anaemia.

Amy was diagnosed in 1995 when she was just three years old. She received ALG, ATG, prednisolone and ciclosporin and is currently healthy and remains ‘in remission’.

In 1999, the Support Group joined with the Marrow Environment Fund to become the Aplastic Anaemia Trust. AAT Patient Support offers free support and information to patients and their families; basically to anyone coping with aplastic anaemia.

We have a network of members who know exactly what it is like to live with aplastic anaemia. Our national meetings provide the opportunity for our members to meet face to face and hear about the latest developments in research and treatments. As well as offering emotional support, we aim to raise public awareness of aplastic anaemia.

We provide support for UK patients and carers but unfortunately do not have the resources to mail any information overseas. Aplastic anaemia patients outside of the UK may therefore wish to contact the Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation based in the USA.

Joining the Support Group

If you would like to receive a free Patient Support information pack and have your details added to our database to receive newsletters, updates etc please complete the following form. Please include the address you want the pack sent to.

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Alternatively you can write to Bryony Partridge, Patient Support, The Aplastic Anaemia Trust, PO Box 289, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN40 9GW or you can talk to Bryony on 0870 487 0099 or send an email to support@theaat.org.uk