Getting Started

Ask Beth – our Fanconi Hope FA Coordinator

We aim to provide support for families and individuals affected by FA by providing information and also guidance on where additional support and other services may be found.

We now have a UK FA Coordinator, Beth Lee, to help you deal with all aspects of Fanconi Anaemia.

Please email Beth at or call her on 07391 782115 and she will get back to you.

Read more about Beth Lee, her role and the Study itself

Working in Partnership

Fanconi Hope works in partnership with the US-based Fanconi Anemia Research Fund (FARF), the largest and longest standing FA support organisation and shares many of their resources. Please refer to their website for further information.

Please note that Fanconi Hope is run by a number of FA parents in their own time.  There are no employed administrative staff or professional counsellors.  We are happy to be contacted by email/phone and to share our experiences.  However, we are not in a position to provide professional counselling, advice, or ongoing support, and as with all FA-affected families, we are also having to deal with the personal challenges that FA presents.

There are many options available for free professional support, counselling and other services  in the UK.

See the Support Available  page for more information.

Fanconi Anemia Clinical Care Guidelines

Fanconi Anemia Clinical Care Guidelines, Fifth Edition 2020, is a publication of the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund. The contributing authors are physicians or clinical care providers with expertise in treating patients with Fanconi Anaemia (FA). 

Download the Guidelines.   If you are in the UK you can also order a hard copy of the Guidelines by contacting us.

Fanconi Anaemia Standards of Care

Fanconi Hope published the UK Fanconi Anaemia Standards of Care in 2008.  

Download the Fanconi Anaemia Standards of CareYou can also order a hard copy free by contacting us. If your GP and/or clinician do not have a copy, please feel free to ask for several copies.


Contacting Others Affected by FA

If you wish to be put in touch with others affected by FA in the UK and abroad, FARF maintain a worldwide directory of such families, including many in the UK, which is updated on a regular basis.  You can register with FARF here. Please also let us know if you would like to contact others or would like them to be able to contact you.

Social Networking


Fanconi Hope Newsletters: These are published on an occasional basis. Please sign up on our Home Page

Fanconi Anemia Research Fund Newsletters: Twice a year, the FARF publishes the FA Family Newsletter, a 32-page publication featuring topical science articles, family stories, fundraising inspiration, and FARF news. Don’t forget to sign up here.

Meeting Up

Fanconi Hope held a Conference and Family Day on Oct 14th 2017 near Birmingham. Our intention is to hold these 2 yearly, with smaller events in the interim.

FARF holds an annual family meeting in the summer on the East Coast of the USA called Camp Sunshine at which families from all over the world are eligible.  Attendance is free and help with travel costs may be possible for first time attendees.

Fanconi Hope Information Sheets

Information on a range of topics ranging from medical to financial are gradually being created and can be found here. If you have a topic you would like covered, please contact us.

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