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Hello everyone,
Some of you may have received a text message from NHS Coronavirus Service about ‘shielding’ (staying home for 12 weeks). NHS England wants to ensure no-one at high risk of coronavirus misses its vital health advice. As a result, some patients who are not at high risk have also received that text message. Follow the advice of your own transplant team and check our full up-to-date coronavirus guidance here: www.anthonynolan.org/coronavirus.

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  • I ddi the survey very quickly on my tiny phone screen, but I would have liked to leave some comments
  • I went to Germany last week and met my donor, a young woman who lives 2 hours away from my Mum in Baden Wuertenberg. I had expected it to be more emotional, but she kept me at an arm's length, which is ok. From the emails we exchanged I realized tha…
  • I don't even take travel insurance when abroad, Europe, NZ & US. Like to live dangerously, don't seem to worry anymore about potential consequences.... And there is EHIC for Europe and NZ has something similar to the NHS, just no excuse for Amer…
  • Welcome! I must get more active myself here...
  • Thank you for the info.That Holiday safe sounds good.. I'll check it out. I am still travelling without insurance, willing to take the risk. It's alright in Europe with the EHIC and decided not to worry about it in the States. having lived through t…
  • I'll be meeting my donor next week in Germany! I am so excited. Wishing you all well.
  • My husband came to see me very day; it was a 40 min busride for him each way & waiting time or a lift form a friend. he was my rock and my light. We watched movies, played board games, walked around the hospital, even when it was not allowed. he…
  • I developed a very strong liking to roast chicken legs after my transplant and I was a vegetarian before. My donor loves meat, so it must come from her cells :). Over 2 years on, I still indulge...
  • Hi Peter, I go to UCLH in London for my check ups, a brand new Macmillan centre, and my 2 years will be up end of April. I have been writing anonomous letters with my donor in Germany and I can't wait to be able to get to know her. She seems quite k…