After Ronnie Manders was born with a rare form of childhood leukaemia, his family began rallying – both to add more donors to the Anthony Nolan register, and to raise lifesaving money in support of our research. This is the story of an amazing family – Ronnie’s family.
Exciting news from the world of research – a new test has been developed which uses biomarkers to help identify which patients have a higher risk of developing complications post-transplant.
In today’s blog, we give you the facts.
Illnesses and diseases have been with humans since the dawn of time. But sometimes – with good medicine, and research – we’ve been able to prevent illnesses from spreading too far or affecting too many lives. Find out more in our handy graphic:
Today we’re looking at the etymology behind a wide variety of well-known diseases – in many cases, based on the scientists and researchers who worked tirelessly to discover and document them.
From the first ever clinical trial to E. Donnall Thomas’ pioneering work in the field of stem cell transplantation – we’ve compiled some of the greatest ‘firsts’ in medical history.
We’ve found two interesting studies from the latest research in stem cell transplantation, tackling how creativity might help during recovery, and the impact of transplant on people’s sex lives.