The Aila Coull Foundation
Who we are
Our precious baby girl, Aila Coull, lost her battle to Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (A.M.L.) aged 16 months following five months of grueling treatment. She has been an inspiration to so many, not only in her strength but with her bright, happy and contented nature.
A.M.L. accounts for less than 20% of childhood leukaemias. It is more often found in adults, where the majority of research is carried out, but behaves very differently in children. There is only a 50% survival rate with this paediatric cancer which depends hugely on each individual patient's particular genetic complications and tolerance to the intense treatment.
In setting up The Aila Coull Foundation, our main aims are raise awareness of A.M.L in children and to help fund research into newer, better treatments and ultimately a cure for this aggressive disease. The Foundation will also from time to time support other charitable purposes or organisations connected with childhood Acute Myeloid Leukaemia.
Many thanks for visiting our fundraising page
Sine & Fraser Coull