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COVID-19: Protecting patients at a critical time

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Anthony Nolan has worked tirelessly to keep lifesaving stem cell transplants going and ensure patients keep receiving vital treatment and care.

People with a weakened immune system are at a higher risk of experiencing more serious complications from COVID-19. You can find the latest advice about how COVID-19 is impacting stem cell transplants, as well as support for patients, here.

Throughout the pandemic, our Policy & Public Affairs team have raised awareness of stem cell transplant patients’ needs and priorities with key decision-makers within UK and devolved Governments. We’ve been:

  • Safeguarding patients’ access to transplantation and post-transplant care
  • Working with Governments to prioritise extremely vulnerable patients for vaccination
  • Providing clinical, emotional and financial support to patients who are shielding
  • Ensuring access to education and work such as income protection

Our emergency response to COVID-19 >

Keeping access to transplant services open >

Access to COVID-19 vaccines >

Shielding, work and education >

Impact on patients >

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Governance