We are Anthony Nolan
It all began in 1974. With her three-year-old son Anthony in urgent need of a bone marrow transplant, Shirley Nolan set up the world’s first register to match donors with people in desperate need.
Now, we help three people each day find that lifesaving match.
Anthony Nolan with his mother Shirley
An extraordinary journey
Help for patients and families
We conduct world-class research into stem cell matching and transplants, so we can make sure every person in need gets the best possible treatment.
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Earlier this month, a group of 24 students and friends from Warwick Marrow took part in the National Three Peaks Challenge and raised over £4,500 for Anthony Nolan. In this article, we hear from Warwick Marrow’s Fundraising Coordinator, Sam Covins, who tells the story of their ‘Mountains for Marrow’ challenge.
On 18 July, Anthony Nolan was in Parliament to spread the word about why stem cell transplantation matters and how local communities can get involved. Thousands of you asked your MP to attend. The Campaigns Team explains what happened at the event, and the impact an email from campaigners and communities can have on an…
Diana was 27 years old when she had a stem cell transplant. During her treatment, she also had a young baby to care for as a single parent. She spoke to Billie in the Anthony Nolan Patient Team about her experiences during and after transplant.
All kinds of vital, valuable medicines have been discovered in unexpected ways – so for our latest infographic, we’re bringing together some of the most fascinating, surprising, and spectacular discoveries.