Bringing failed bone marrow back to life

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Help us reach and support everyone affected by aplastic anaemia, a life-threatening rare bone marrow failure, and to fund research into finding a cure that works for all.



What is aplastic anaemia?

Aplastic means your bone marrow is failing to produce enough of ALL essential blood cells



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Author: Ellie Dawes

Worried about winter? Get extra support with our wellbeing webinars

The Aplastic Anaemia Trust is delighted to have partnered with Maggies to bring you a series of helpful webinars.


Author: Ellie Dawes

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new patients and their family members joined our community in the last year


members of our supporter community providing a peer-to-peer lifeline for everyone affected

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Securing rapid access to eltrombopag for adult patients with severe aplastic anaemia

One of the effects of the coronavirus health crisis has been that AA patients who would otherwise be candidates for a transplant are unable to have one. Our patient advocacy on this issue has led to the drug eltrombopag being made rapidly available for these patients, and for severe AA patients who have previously failed to respond to ATG/ciclosporin.


Author: Ellie Dawes

Personal stories

  • Ella's story

    I’m Ella and I was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia last year, at 17. My brother saved my life by donating his bone marrow. Read more

  • Steve's story

    Friday 19th of August 2016. That’s when it all started, a date that will remain in my memory for the rest of my life. Read more

  • Barbara's story

    My name is Barbara, I'm 65 years young and I live in Dublin.  I have been diagnosed with Aplastic Anaemia / MDS overlap. Here is my story. Read more