1,368 days since my Aplastic Anaemia journey started

For those at the treatment stage; be patient, draw strength from within and those around you. Remember all times come to pass and never to stay. For those post treatment, be bold and do not be held captive by fear. I genuinely feel lucky to have experienced what I have. For you can never appreciate life until you have nearly lost it. Read more

Ask Daniel: video series

Daniel had aplastic anaemia 11 years ago. After two courses of ATG and a bone marrow transplant, he is now doing well, and would love to support other patients by sharing his experiences with you. Ask him a question! 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

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

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

So, you don’t have a full match? Joining the haploid-identical club

If you are like me, a mixed race male, there is every chance that a 50% match donor might be your best course of treatment. Here's what I wish I'd been told... Read more