Arrow marks 30 special years with a new look

October 23, 2017
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For 30 years, Arrow has assisted patients and carers through a range of vital support services, and contributed to many promising medical research projects – and we are pleased to mark this special milestone with the introduction of Arrow’s brand-new look.

Arrow’s new logo was launched by Arrow Director, Neil Pennock, at Arrow’s 30th anniversary celebration in September. Neil said:

“A lot has changed in the last 30 years. The advancement of medical procedures has found that bone marrow, or stem cell transplants can be an effective treatment for a whole range of blood cancers and bone marrow disorders, and increasingly for autoimmune diseases like Multiple Sclerosis (MS).  And a lot has changed for Arrow in that time too, so we have updated our mission statement, logo and website to better represent what we do.”

Arrow’s new mission statement:

Improve the survival and quality of life for patients with blood diseases treatable by bone marrow and blood stem cell transplants and provide support for their carers in Australia

  • by – funding research projects
  • by – providing vital support to patients, their carers and families
  • by – improving patient care through specialised education and skills development for nurses and other health staff



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