The AAT is a charity dedicated to supporting sufferers of aplastic anaemia and allied disorders. Few people know about this disease despite the fact that it is as common as some types of leukaemia and just as devastating. The AAT is dedicated to changing this by funding research and treatment. The AAT is also dedicated to the provision of support for patients and their families in the form of our Patient Support Group.
How The AAT aims to help people:
- It funds research into the cause and treatment of aplastic anaemia.
- The Trust has funded state of the art in-patient and out-patient facilities which are used either directly or indirectly by 80% of aplastic anaemia sufferers in the UK.
- We provide support and information to patients and their families, or anyone coping with aplastic anaemia in any way.
- The Trust aims to raise public awareness of aplastic anaemia.
Thanks in large part to the work of the Trust, guidelines for AA care have improved throughout the UK and the disease is now well recognised by the haematology community. Additionally, the prognoses of those patients with the disease are no longer so bleak; 25 years ago, no more than 3 in 10 AA patients survived for a year, but today as many as 8 in 10 will be restored to a good quality of life.
To date The AAT has raised in excess of £3m but there is still much more to do.
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