The AAT joins The Specialised Healthcare Alliance

We have joined the SHCA as a patient-focused organisation working in a rare disease area to improve our access to national policy updates and increase our ability to influence the UK's Rare Disease Strategy Read more

Blood transfusion – a personal reminiscence, by Professor Ted Gordon-Smith

A key figure in UK’s haematology, Professor Ted Gordon-Smith, reflects on the evolution of the vital Blood Transfusion service in the UK. Read more

The AAT's Windsor Great Park Walk 2019 was truly great!

Thank you our crowd of supporters who risked the rain on Saturday 11 May 2019 and made our annual Windsor Great Park Walk a huge success Read more

Work for us

Join our small and growing charity. Help us make a tangible positive difference to everyone affected by aplastic anaemia and allied rare bone marrow failures Read more

Rare disease charities launch a collaborative alliance – “Together for Healthy Marrow”

A group of rare disease charities specialising in acquired and inherited rare bone marrow failures have come together Read more

The AAT's Spring Awareness Campaign 2019

We celebrated everyone affected by aplastic anaemia - their strength and resilience, during our campaign. Here you can read about people's experiences exploring "what it's really like..." and how to get involved in our future campaigns. Read more

Androgens for the treatment of aplastic anaemia

A concise leaflet explaining the use of androgens in the treatment of relapsed or refractory aplastic anaemia Read more

Eltrombopag for the treatment of aplastic anaemia

Eltrombopag is one of the newer treatments for aplastic anaemia Read more

Professor Peter Hillmen joins the AAT's Board of Trustees

Peter helps expand our thematic and geographic focus Read more

The AAT Xmas shopping experience with the Body Shop

Why not shop from the comfort of your living room, hosted by Ishbel, in preparation for the festive season? Read more

The AAT Xmas bake

Why not bake something delicious this Xmas and spread the joy by organising an AAT Xmas bake sale?! Read more

The AAT Xmas Quiz

Holding your very own AAT Xmas quiz is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit, spread awareness of aplastic anaemia in your local community and raise money for our cause Read more

Supportive therapy

Blood transfusions are commonly used to treat the symptoms of aplastic anaemia Read more

Lindsey shaves her head in support of her friend

What friends wouldn't do for each other?! Lindsey shaves her head to show support to Laura, her dear friend, spread the word about aplastic anaemia and raises well over £1,000 for our charity. Lindsey, you're our hero! Read more

Cold season advice

Information for individuals with aplastic anaemia and their families to help prepare for the cold season Read more

The AAT announce a collaborative partnership with St James Hospital in Leeds

The collaboration will benefit patients diagnosed with aplastic anaemia and allied rare bone marrow failures Read more

The AAT Peak District Walk 2018 - a roaring success

A crowd of AAT supporters descended upon the famous Yorkshire Bridge Inn on a quiet Sunday morning in September to walk around the stunning Ladybower Reservoir in aid of our charity, spreading awareness of aplastic anaemia and helping raise much needed funds Read more

Rounders with Accenture in Hyde Park

Thank you to our energetic supporters at Accenture who organised a set of rounders in Hyde Park - scaring local squirrels and making a little bit of noise in the process! All to raise awareness of aplastic anaemia and much needed funds for our charity. Read more

Book your own place and run for us!

Browse this list of organised running events and follow the links to book your place Read more

Tracey, Ian, Ray & Samantha smash the Markeaton Park Fun Run!

When a friend's son was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia, Tracey, Ian. Ray and Samantha put on their running shoes! Read more


A useful guide to the benefits that may be available to aplastic anaemia patients and their families/carers Read more