Anthony Nolan hosted an exhibition in Parliament earlier in the month to raise awareness of the Anthony Nolan stem cell register among MPs. Cassie from the Policy and Public Affairs team tells all…
When she was still only three years old, Beth was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. After a series of relapses, she was told that she’d need a stem cell transplant to give her any chance of life.
In today’s blog, she tells her amazing story – and why she’s supporting Anthony Nolan this World Cancer Day.
On 6 January George Freeman, Life Sciences Minister visited our Research Institute to launch our new Third Generation Sequencing technology (TGS), which will improve stem cell transplant outcomes and make the best patient-donor matches ever.
‘I was pleased to hear that Guinness is a good recovery aid, because it’s full of iron!’
9 out of 10 people now donate stem cells via a procedure that’s similar to giving blood – but what about the other 10%? In our latest blog, Esther shares her experiences of donating bone marrow.
‘Honestly, it is such an easy, rewarding and pleasant process.’
In October 2015, Adam donated via peripheral blood stem cell collection (PBSC) to give someone a second chance of life. Now he’s sharing his story to bust myths about the donation process, and encourage others to sign up.
In 2011, we found that 31% of people were afraid that donating would be painful.
That’s why our new #DonatingIsntScary campaign uses real stories from bone marrow and stem cell donors to bust that myth; read on to find out more!