AA voices is the area of our website where people affected by aplastic anaemia share the stories they feel are important, in their own words.
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Hi there I'm Ben.
I was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia when I was 22, and as a mixed-race male I had a more difficult transplant journey than some of the other people I met in hospital.
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Hello! I am Jodie – dancer, writer, yogi, baker, wild-swimmer, traveller, wife, mama, and lover of life… and more recently, severe aplastic anaemia patient.
These entries on the Aplastic Anaemia Trust website have been adapted from my personal blog, which you can find at faultymarrow.com.
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Hi there, I'm Connor Gardner, dad to Max, sharing our family's story from a dad's perspective.
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Hello, I’m Elin! I’m 25 years old, busy working as a nurse normally but very recently been diagnosed with very severe aplastic anaemia.
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How my rant on Twitter about new Covid rules changed hospital policy, so we could spend an hour each day as a family.
For Rare Disease Day 2021, Connor reflects on his experiences as dad to one year old Max, who is in treatment for aplastic anaemia.
Thanks to Alice and her family, the British Bone Marrow Register gained huge profile in the UK
Little did we know what was coming the next day in May 2017!
The touching story of Macy who survived aplastic anaemia