New research strategy launch

We are excited to have launched a new research strategy inviting research proposals with potential to transform aplastic anaemia treatment.Read more

King's hold an international clinical trials day

18th May saw key clinicians and patients join together at the James Black Centre at King's College Hospital to share and hear updates on the latest clinical trials.Read more

The AAT's Windsor Great Park Walk 2018 proves a roaring success

Our loyal supporters turn up in droves in aid of the Aplastic Anaemia Trust for our annual flagship walk in the park on Saturday, 9 June 2018Read more

The AAT enjoy the annual Rare Disease UK meeting on 13 June

Grazina, the AAT's CEO, finds good coverage of key issues at the annual Rare Disease UK meeting on 13 JuneRead more

We launch our updated ATG fact sheet

Helpful information for patients diagnosed with aplastic anaemia and going into hospital for a course of anti-thymocyte globulin (ATG)Read more

The AAT promote the need for more research into aplastic anaemia

Here at the AAT we keep spreading awareness of aplastic anaemia and other rare bone marrow failures, and why research is so important.Read more

The AAT award a research grant to Great Ormond Street Hospital

The Aplastic Anaemia Trust announce the award of a research grant to Great Ormond Street Hospital, to further the understanding of aplastic anaemia in children across the UKRead more

The AAT award a research grant to King's College Hospital

The AAT have awarded a two-year grant to the internationally renowned haematology research team at King's College London and King's College Hospital, enabling the identification and relevance of novel somatic mutations in aplastic anaemiaRead more