Today (Monday 20 February 2017), we’ve launched a new campaign to ensure that no one is denied a potentially lifesaving second transplant. Our Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Amelia Chong, tells you how you can join the fight to #DefendSecondTransplants. Update: On Friday 24 February 2017, we won the fight to #DefendSecondTransplants! NHS England announced…
As part of this year’s World Cancer Day awareness-raising, we travelled to Parliament alongside six other charities, to talk to MPs about our lifesaving work.
Cassie from the Anthony Nolan Policy & Public Affairs team shares the story of the day.
On Tuesday night, there was an important debate in parliament about access to stem cell transplants. In this blog, our Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Amelia Chong, explains what happened and talks about making the patient voice heard.
We’ve all been disappointed by NHS England’s recent decision on second transplants. In this blog, our Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Simon Butler, explains what’s next for our campaign to get this decision overturned. Anyone with a connection to stem cell transplant will have been hugely concerned by the recent NHS England decision…
Despite overwhelming support for our cause from our supporters and friends, NHS England has confirmed that it will not routinely fund second stem cell transplants for patients who have relapsed.
This is our full December 2016 statement on this deeply disappointing development.
NHS England has announced that they will not routinely fund second transplants for people with blood cancer and blood disorders. Here’s a round-up of the action we’ve taken so far – and how we can all help to overturn the decision.