aplastic anaemia


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Synonyms for aplastic anaemia

anemia characterized by pancytopenia resulting from failure of the bone marrow

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Four-year-old Stacey Rose, from Stourport-upon-Severn, Worcestershire, suffers from aplastic anaemia, a rare disorder which means her body is unable to produce enough blood.
Toni Bridland of Barmouth is running the London Marathon for Cancer Research six years after beating the deadly disease aplastic anaemia Picture: ERFYL LLOYD DAVIES
Aplastic anaemia is corrected by red cell blood transfusions but, because of their short life span, white cells cannot be effectively replaced by transfusion.
Shannon Bradshaw, 7, from Warrington, has been diagnosed with aplastic anaemia - a rare blood disorder.
Stacey, from Stourport-on-Severn, Worcs, has the blood condition aplastic anaemia.
Shannon, from Warrington, is being treated at Alder Hey hospital for aplastic anaemia - a rare blood disorder.
Shannon Bradshaw, aged seven, from Cheshire, has been diagnosed with aplastic anaemia - a rare blood disorder.
Shannon has aplastic anaemia, a rare blood disorder, and will die unless a suitable bone marrow donor is found.
Shannon Bradshaw, seven, from Warrington, has been diagnosed with aplastic anaemia - a rare blood disorder.
Shannon Bradshaw, who died last week, moved people so much with her struggle against aplastic anaemia - a rare bonemarrow failure - they queued in the streets to give blood samples.
They told us he was suffering from severe aplastic anaemia," said Sarah, "a rare disorder where the bone marrow fails to make enough blood cells.
How would you like to do something really special and possibly in the process save someone else's life from blood cancers like leukaemia and Aplastic anaemia.
Angelo, from Ely in Cardiff, was diagnosed with severe aplastic anaemia in 2006 at the age of 19, a blood disorder in which the body's bone marrow doesn't make enough new blood cells.
Angelo Farrugia, 28, from Cardiff, who has severe aplastic anaemia, needs a bone marrow transplant after donations from his sister failed Angelo Farrugia, 28, from Cardiff, who has severe aplastic anaemia, needs a bone marrow transplant after donations from his sister
Aplastic anaemia most commonly presents between the ages of 15 years and 25 years but there is a second smaller peak in incidence after age 60 years.