Our impact We are proud of our achievements In 1980 only 3 in 10 patients survived aplastic anaemia. Thanks in large part to the Aplastic Anaemia Trust, our generous supporters and collaboration with researchers, 8 in 10 patients will survive the devastating effects of aplastic anaemia today. To date, we have raised and invested over £3m in transformative research and excellent emotional and clinical support for patients and their loved ones. Our results in 2017/18 include nurturing a closed 1,200 member-strong, peer to peer Facebook support network - a lifeline for everyone affected by aplastic anaemia 60 information packs issued to new patients we welcomed 50 new members to our Patient Support Group community, growing it to 800 we responded to over 600 patient and family queries via our helpline we funded a clinical nurse specialist at King's College Hospital to provide day-to-day holistic care to patients going through treatment and leveraged funding from the NHS to support this vital role in 2018/19 Read more about our achievements here. There is so much more to be done to get us closer to a cure for aplastic anaemia. We need you to keep supporting us with enthusiasm and generosity, so that everyone affected by a rare bone marrow failure can get the best help and support there is.