Ashling was diagnosed with late-stage acute myeloid leukaemia when she was just 25 years old. After undergoing treatment, including chemotherapy, she went on to have a stem cell transplant in 2012. In this blog she talks to the Patient Services team about her recovery and how she was able to self-manage her situation. When you…
Working Towards Wellbeing helps people with chronic health conditions to be able to manage their symptoms and get more out of life, to help a return to work.
Billie in the Patient Team spoke to Dr Julie Denning, a Chartered Health Psychologist and Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society, about her work with them.
In today’s blog, Richard Davison tells us about his sister Rachael, who needs a stem cell transplant – and talks about the incredible things the entire family have been doing to raise awareness and funds for Anthony Nolan.
From 2013 to 2015, Nicki worked for Anthony Nolan as a Logistics Administrator at our Cell Therapy Centre in Nottingham.
In this blog, she reflects upon her very personal reasons for working with us – and the story of her son Archie, who had a stem cell transplant himself.
Following last week’s meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Stem Cell Transplantation, co-chair David Burrowes MP made the case for more medical research to unlock the lifesaving potential of umbilical cord blood.
This guest blog sets out his thinking.