No-one should die of Histiocytosis

Our research programmes provide a beacon of hope for the many children and adults battling Histiocytosis, to ensure this research continues in these difficult times we ask you to pledge your support by making a donation today. THANK YOU.
A message from some of the Clinicians & Researchers that your donation supports.

UPDATES Coronavirus (COVID-19).

The health and safety of our Histio Community – is importance to us.
We will be closely monitoring the developments of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Several of you have raised questions about how COVID-19 may affect histio patients the following papers are available online and may assist you:

FAQ HLH COVID 2020 final

General information can be obtained from the Public Health England website – this is going to be the most up to date:

Should you have any questions about your specific health concerns or if you begin to show symptoms of fever, cough, chest pain, and shortness of breath, we encourage you to contact your local medical team/General Practitioner or Consultant to discuss specific questions you may have.


HISTIO UK – In it Together 

In it Together

Diary Date  
We are pleased to invite you to the 6th Histio UK Forum
Please keep 19th November 2020 free in your diary
Presenting leading Researchers and Clinical practitioners in
Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis (LCH) and Haemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH)
via webinar
, timings to be confirmed expect
HLH 11:00 – 13:00
LCH 13:30 – 15:30

To register your interest please email histio at with LCH, HLH or BOTH in the subject line
NO LATER THAN 1st November 2020
Space is limited, please make sure you express your interest early.

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No-one should die of Histiocytosis.

Despite the misery it causes, histiocytosis is too rare a disease to have generated substantial research in medical circles. Unfortunately, for every child or adult fighting for his or her life, the pain and suffering are just as severe for children and adults afflicted with other better known disorders receiving funding. For the children and adults battling these illnesses, there is now reason to hope. To ensure the research and information support work continues, we ask for your help, to complete the funding puzzle.

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Research – together we will find a cure!

Histiocytosis UK is dedicated to promoting and funding scientific research into uncovering not only the causes of all histiocytic diseases, which include Langerhans’s Cell Histiocytosis and Haemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis, but also ensuring early diagnosis, effective treatment and a cure.

Histio UK also aims to support patients and their families as well as raise public and professional awareness of histiocytic disorders. Its team of Trustees include the UK’s leading paediatric LCH and HLH specialists.

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Fifi's story - By Mum Tiffany Rumble

Paediatric Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and raising essential funds for research.

About 50 children in the UK develop LCH each year. It can affect children of any age, and is more common in boys than in girls.


Your support is more vital than ever, to ensure that we can continue to deliver our Research and Information Programs. Please make a donation today. Thank you.

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