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Hello there. We’re Anthony Nolan, and we’re here to help you and your transplant team by providing you with information and support throughout your stem cell transplant journey.

If you have any questions, worries or thoughts, we’re here to help. We’ll also connect you with others who may be going through, or have already been through, something similar.

Going through a stem cell transplant can be tough. But you don’t have to go through this alone. We’re with you every step of the way.

Preparing for transplant

Below are short guides contained in our pack to help you prepare for a stem cell transplant: 

  • Booklets
    • What is a stem cell transplant? Essential facts.
    • Preparing for hospital isolation
    • Your mental health
  • Anthony Nolan folder & pen to help organise your notes.

Recovering from a transplant

Below are the contents from our pack to help you recover from a stem cell transplant:

  • Essential facts for recovery
  • Booklets:
    • Graft versus Host Disease (GvHD)
    • Managing fatigue
    • Dealing with infections
  • Anthony Nolan branded folder & pen to help you organise your own notes.

Join our community

Find ways to meet other patients and family members, both online and in person. Going through a transplant is tough, but finding someone to talk to can really help. We have lots of ways you can connect with others going through similar experiences. Our community is here for you, every step of the way.

Forum

Our forum could be just the place for you. It’s overseen by dedicated patient champions as well as our expert Lead Nurse, Rachel.

Facebook

Keep up to date with the latest news, scientific developments, patient stories, and more by following our Anthony Nolan Patients and Families Facebook community.

Meet the team

Meet our friendly Patient Services team.

Need someone to talk to right now?

Call the Patient Services team on 0303 303 0303 or email
patientinfo@anthonynolan.org

Opening hours: 9 – 5, Monday – Friday. Please contact your transplant team for urgent medical support.