Meet others, hear from stem cell transplant experts, and feel empowered to take control of your life post-transplant.
We want you to live the best life you can after a stem cell transplant.
You should have all the information you need for your recovery, feel heard and understood by those around you, and empowered to take control of your life post-transplant. Anthony Nolan’s Share & Support Days aren’t just about living. They’re about living well.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have sadly had to postpone all face-to-face events at the current time.
However, learning how to live well following a stem cell transplant will always be important, pandemic or not! That’s why we’ve asked our expert speakers to share their knowledge and experience through our new online Share & Support vlog series. You can read more about this below.
About Share & Support Days
At our Share & Support Days, you’ll hear the latest information and advice from stem cell transplant experts, and stories from other patients going through similar experiences. You can learn more about:
- coping with fatigue
- looking after your diet, and your physical and mental health
- work and financial help available
- the latest research developments (such as CAR-T)
- how to maintain your general wellbeing.
Going through a transplant is tough, but you’re not alone.
We’re here for you. Every step of the way.
Share & Support vlog series
Our new video blog (vlog) series will cover topics such as GvHD, exercise, and other techniques to improve your wellbeing. Each vlog will be 5–10 minutes long, and the series will include videos from healthcare professionals as well as patients who have been where you are.
Follow our Anthony Nolan Patients and Families Facebook page for the latest instalment.
Further online support
Have a question you can’t find the answer to? Our Patients & Families Forum could be just the place for you. It’s overseen by dedicated patient champions as well as our expert Lead Nurse, Rachel.
I need to talk to someone
Call us on 0303 303 0303 or email email@example.com
Opening hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
Please contact your GP, transplant team or 111/999 for urgent support.
Information published: 14/01/22
Next review due: 14/01/25