If you’re living with aplastic anaemia, or other bone marrow failures, including those associated with dyskeratosis congenita, you will likely be dealing with a lot of stress and uncertainty.
Whether you have the condition yourself or you’re supporting a close family member, it’s important to look after your mental health and find ways to manage stress effectively.
The Aplastic Anaemia trust are running a course designed to help you to deal with the emotional burden of living with bone marrow failure, whether you’re in current treatment, on ‘watch and wait’, or finding it difficult to return to “normal life”. If you have DC, or are supporting someone with DC, and are struggling with stress, this course is designed to help get you back on track.
You can find further details here: