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Hi everyone,
Following information from UK Government and the publication of NICE guidelines, we have updated our advice on the coronavirus for people who have received or are waiting to receive a stem cell transplant to treat their blood cancer or blood disorder. Read our coronavirus guidance here: www.anthonynolan.org/coronavirus

Great patient blog

Hello everyone,

I recently came across a great patient blog by a lady called Rachel who is approaching her transplant date. I think it is potentially really helpful for those preparing for transplant.

Take a look over on our facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/anthonynolanpatients/posts/425615687644116

If you have any questions, or need support please contact the patient experience team on 0303 303 0303 and let us try and help.

Best Wishes,

Billie

Comments

  • It's a great blog, and I love (and wholeheartedly agree with) the paragraph you quoted:

    "A Stem Cell Transplant does offer hope; it offers the prospect of a cure which means the chance of life that is what is ultimately behind the feeling of eagerness / excitement within me.
    It would be foolish to imagine life could be the same as pre leukaemia, nevertheless that doesn’t mean life can’t be superb, in a new and different way."

    Three cheers for Rachel and all the best to her for her transplant!

    George
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