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.

HISTIO UK - In it Together

As we move into September, we send our sincere thanks to all our Histio Champions and Supporters for raising Awareness and Funds so far this year.

Even throughout the lockdowns during the pandemic, we have seen some amazing group events and individual achievements come to fruition during these challenging times.

Thank you all for the tremendous hard work and initiatives that help to maintain Histio UKs Information and Research Programmes.

For the team here at Histio UK, September has become a time when we reflect and remember our Histio Champions, colleagues, friends, and relatives lost to these devastating disorders.

We will continue our work towards early diagnosis, effective treatment and a cure.

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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.

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