We're hiring! Apply to be our Fundraising and Evidence Manager (Trusts, grants and statutory)

Are you a fantastic grant application writer with an interest in developing your skills in evidence gathering? You could be our Fundraising and Evidence Manager! Read more

In memory of Libby Prensa-Villegas

For Libby Prensa-Villegas Read more

10K for Aplastic Anaemia

Aplastic anaemia is a blood disease which is very close to our hearts and is so rare, no one knows about it! Read more

Ask Daniel

Daniel is here to answer your questions from a patient's perspective! Read more

What it was like being treated as an AA patient on the teenage cancer trust unit

When I found out I was being admitted to hospital and also to the Teenage Cancer Trust Unit I felt relived as I knew it was different to being on the adult wards. Read more

NICE recommends Ravulizumab (ULTOMIRIS®) for adult patients with PNH

The Aplastic Anaemia Trust and PNH Support are very pleased to share the news that ravulizumab has now been recommended for use in the NHS as treatment for adults with Paroxysmal Nocturnal Haemoglobinuria (PNH). Read more

The agony of defeet

Three lads running the Great North run together to raise awareness of Aplastic Anaemia. Read more

Support Line

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with aplastic anaemia, we are here to help. Read more

What is receiving ATG treatment like?

If you're reading this it means that you’re due to have your ATG treatment or have been told that this is the best treatment option for you. I’m going to share with you my own experience of having ATG. Read more

How I looked after my mental health when I was in hospital

Staying positive while I was in hospital receiving ATG treatment. Read more

Tracy’s Walk for Wellness

A close friend has had an AAT diagnosis and I want to support anything that will help. Read more

Let's talk mental health, dads.

I have thought long and hard about writing this... Read more

Lockdown part three: Changing Covid rules with a rant on Twitter.

How my rant on Twitter about new Covid rules changed hospital policy, so we could spend an hour each day as a family. Read more

Become an astronaut and join Merv's Moontrekkers

Merv Lawrence was diagnosed with Very Severe Aplastic Anaemia in 2007. He's launched a mega fundraising campaign to give something back: Love You To The Moon and Back. Read more

Merv's story: "I was in my twenties, in the army... I thought I was invincible, like Rambo."

When Merv was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia he was told that if left untreated he would have had only nine months to live. A few years later, his son was born with a life threatening heart condition. Now he's determined to give something back. Read more