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Raising money for The AAT as my son Harry was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia aged 12. He is now in remission.
I'm raising funds for the Aplastic Anaemia Trust in the hope that with further research aplastic anaemia can be beaten for good and bone marrow can be repaired without resorting to transplants
The AAT community supported my family and I through my SAA & BMT. I would like to help the charity with fundraising and raising awareness.
I am fundraising because I was diagnosed in 2018 and think the support from the AA Trust and FB page is excellent. Not many people know about AA and I have received information and support which I would not have been able to get from anywhere else.
My Dad passed away last year due to Aplastic Anaemia related sepsis.
I am raising money in memory of father in law who passed away 6 months ago from this terrible illness
A friend of mine is currently dealing with aplastic anemia. She is waiting on a bone marrow transplant.
This team of school friends, football squad mates and rugby squad mates are pulling together to raise money for a cause close to their hearts. Having lost a friend much too young to this disease they are keen to raise as much as possible for this great cause.
I would like to raise awareness of the disease and raise some money for research to help save lives of others fighting
I would like to raise awareness of aplastic anaemia and help fund research towards a cure.
We are a team of Emergency Nurses who are raising money for the AAT. As a team member, my son was diagnosed and treated for Severe Aplastic Anaemia resulting in a bone marrow transplant. He has now made a good recovery after intense and lengthy treatment. We all therefore want to raise money to fund ongoing research to go into future treatments and care of patients with Aplastic Anaemia.
I am raising money for the Aplastic Anaemia trust in Loving Memory of Malcolm John Cowan who sadly passed away on the 3rd June 2019 due to ecoli sepsis and multiple organ failure. Malc played a great part in my life and was like a father figure to me. He will be greatly missed by myself, Mum, all of our family and Malc’s friends. He always supported my running and I am going to be running the Great West Run on the 13th October in Exeter to raise money to help fight this terrible illness,