Musicians have recorded a new Christmas song to raise funds in support of their friend.

Download it now - Suggested donation £2.50

I was diagnosed with very severe aplastic anaemia in December 2022. I have received treatment at Addenbrooke's Hospital and received information and support from The Aplastic Anaemia Trust. It is hoped that the ongoing treatment will mean that i can resume playing sometime in 2024. 

To support me, a group of my musician friends have recorded a new Christmas Song, 'The Lights of the Christmas Tree', which they are donating money raised from sales to The AAT. 

-Pamina Parsons

Download the song and donate (suggested donation £2.50)



What is aplastic anaemia?

Aplastic Anaemia is a rare type of bone marrow failure. It's where the bone marrow stops creating all kinds of blood cells. It's really rare and affects 1 in every half a million people. 

Aplastic anaemia treatment is very similar to the treatment someone might have for leukaemia - but because it's so rare, families often don't have access to the same information and support.

The Aplastic Anaemia Trust is the only charity in the UK dedicated to supporting people affected by aplastic anaemia and funding research into this rare form of bone marrow failure.

By donating you'll be....

Funding Research
This year The AAT will be investigating new treatment options, that could offer hope to more people, and improve quality of life for patients and their families. 

Providing support

  • Provide a young child with a story book that explains what aplastic anaemia is and what they can expect from a long stay in hospital - making the long and difficult treatment less frightening.

  • Make sure there is always some one on the end of the phone. Having someone to talk to who understands, who you don't have to explain your condition to again and again. The AAT hotline ensures no one is alone.

Pamina Parsons