After being a proud member of Bristol Marrow, and experiencing cancer in her own friends and family, Lauren decided to take on the London Marathon as part of #TeamAN. This is her story.
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.
At the age of just 19, Jacob was diagnosed with lymphoma. Years later, he’s taking on his third London Marathon – and doing it in support of Anthony Nolan. This is his story.
Changes to body image are an important part of post-transplant recovery, and they can mean different things to each individual patient. Some side effects of treatment that affect body image can be expected. Other changes are not, and this can be difficult for patients and families to cope with.
In today’s blog, Hayley – Anthony Nolan Lead Nurse – discusses body image issues and where you can go for help.
Stem cell transplants, and other treatments for blood cancer, can result in side effects which cause changes to the body – in both appearance and function. We spoke to four patients about dealing with their body image post-transplant.
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.