Community AA Voices - personal stories Meet our bloggers These are the wonderful people who have been sharing their journey by posting regular articles or video on our website. Select one to see all their posts and follow their journey... Hi there I'm Daniel. I had aplastic anaemia as a teenager, 11 years ago, and after two courses of ATG and a bone marrow transplant, I am now doing well. I've been answering questions about aplastic anaemia in a video series, covering topics like mental health, my bone marrow transplant, and how I wanted my friends and family to support me through my treatment. You can ask me a question and see previous videos here: Watch Ask Daniel Hi there I'm Ben. I was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia when I was 22, and as a mixed-race male I had a more difficult transplant journey than some of the other people I met in hospital. See posts by Ben Hello! I am Jodie – dancer, writer, yogi, baker, wild-swimmer, traveller, wife, mama, and lover of life… and more recently, severe aplastic anaemia patient. These entries on the Aplastic Anaemia Trust website have been adapted from my personal blog, which you can find at faultymarrow.com. See posts by Jodie Hi there, I'm Connor Gardner, dad to Max, sharing our family's story from a dad's perspective. See posts by Connor Hello, I’m Elin! I’m 25 years old, busy working as a nurse normally but very recently been diagnosed with very severe aplastic anaemia. See posts by Elin AA voices: become a blogger AA voices is a collection of blogs in which people affected by aplastic anaemia share the stories they feel are important, in their own words. If you would like to tell your story via our website and/or social media channels, please get in touch with Ellie, our Comms and Fundraising Manager, by emailing [email protected].