Host a sports day

Whatever your sport of choice, host a challenge day for the AATRead more

Sarah McLoughlin completes the Hackney half-marathon

Sarah smashes the Hackney half-marathon and raises money for the AAT. There is no stopping her!Read more

Shop and give

If shopping is your forte, then you can shop and support your favourite charity in the processRead more

Complaints Policy

The AAT's complaints policy sets out the process for making a complaint and explains what you can expect from us when you make a complaintRead more

Recovery

Recovery following treatment for aplastic anaemia can be lengthy. Here, we have compiled a list of tip tips to aid your recovery - all drawn from people like you, who've gone through a similar journeyRead more

Grazina dons a Wonder Woman suit for the AAT

Grazina, our CEO and her family, including Coco the dog, joined a group of supporters to partake in the Superhero run in Regent's Park this MayRead more

Whilst in hospital

Here you will find some practical advice on what to expect during your hospital stay.Read more

Sarah's open garden day

Sarah decided to do something different this year to raise money for the AAT in April 2018.Read more

AAT300 - our super lycra-clad cyclists

The incredible annual cycling challenge that stretches over nearly 300 miles, organised by our very own Trustee Paul CossellRead more

Adam runs the Blackpool Marathon

Adam ran the Blackpool marathon on 22 April 2018Read more

Sam takes on London!

Sam Townsend ran the London Marathon for the AAT, as his wife Tasha was diagnosed with the disease.Read more

4th March - the aplastic anaemia awareness day

Do something extraordinary on the 4th March - our annual aplastic anaemia awareness dayRead more

The Aplastic Anaemia Trust bake off

Bake a cake, get competitive with your colleagues at work or in your local community and raise money in the processRead more

A virtual 10k

You can run 10k for the Aplastic Anaemia Trust in your own time, at your own pace and wherever you please, as long as you complete it!Read more

Celebrate and give

Tired of unwanted Christmas gifts or Birthday presents, get your friends and family to donate to your favourite charity instead!Read more

Work and give

Payroll giving is a popular way to donate to your favourite charity through your workRead more

Treatment of children

The latest clinical guidance on treating children diagnosed with aplastic anaemia.Read more

Paroxysmal Nocturnal Haemoglobinuria (PNH)

PNH is a rare blood disorder where blood cells are prone to be attacked by the body’s immune system.Read more

Dyskeratosis congenita

Dyskeratosis congenita is an inherited type of aplastic anaemia causing premature ageing due to telomere repair abnormalities.Read more

Fanconi anaemia

Fanconi anaemia is a complex medical condition that may lead to bone marrow failure, physical abnormalities, organ defects, and an increased risk of certain cancers.Read more

Types of aplastic anaemia

Aplastic anaemia can acquired or inherited. It can be moderate, severe or very severe.Read more

Research Priorities and Strategy

The AAT's research strategy is focused on enabling a better understanding of aplastic anaemia and allied rare bone marrow failures. It encourages translational research that leads to improved treatments for every patient and finding a cure for aplastic anaemia.Read more

For clinicians

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