Aplastic anaemia patients set to benefit from ground-breaking research grant

A £1.15m grant from LifeArc and The Aplastic Anaemia Trust will support researchers from King’s College London and King’s College Hospital to test a personalised treatment approach for Aplastic Anaemia patients who have not responded to available therapies Read more

Professor Ted Gordon-Smith becomes AAT's patron

After more than 40 years' involvement with the AAT, the much-loved Prof Ted Gordon-Smith decides now is the time to begin enjoying retirement but carries our flag as Patron Read more

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Professor Peter Hillmen joins the AAT's Board of Trustees

Peter helps expand our thematic and geographic focus 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