Southern Daily Echo - 4 January 2008
Macca pops in to see Luke
LITTLE Luke Hartley didn't realise quite how famous his latest hospital visitor was.

This is Hampshire - 24 November 2007
Young Luke Hartley recovering after second transplant op
A SECOND attempt to cure Hampshire boy Luke Hartley of a life-threatening genetic condition has gone well.

BBC News Online - 12 November 2007
Brother given second transplant
The youngest of four brothers with a rare potentially fatal illness is going back to hospital for a bone marrow transplant after the first one failed.

Romsey Advertiser - 31 October 2007
Publicans head for finishing post with charity race day
ROMSEY pub landlord Gary Maulls will be staging a big fund-raising farewell for the town's popular XLP Research charity on Saturday.

This is Hampshire - 5 October 2007
Brave Joshua's ready for challenge
A TEENAGER who is still recovering from a bone marrow transplant that cured him of a life-threatening genetic condition is taking on the Test Way challenge.

Daily Echo - 27 September 2007
Dalek’s on a charity fundraising trip
THE cosmic threat of Doctor Who's nemesis - the Dalek - will be unleashed on the streets of Romsey on Saturday.

BBC News Online - 12 July 2007
Boy's bone marrow operation fails
The youngest of four brothers diagnosed with a rare fatal illness has been told a life-saving bone marrow transplant has failed.

BBC News Online - 24 May 2007
Transplant boy preparing for op
The last of four brothers diagnosed with a rare fatal illness will go into hospital for life-saving treatment.

Romsey Advertiser - 18 May 2007
Hartleys embark on fourth leg of transplant saga
ROMSEY'S amazing Hartley family are bracing themselves for the final transplant in their four sons' battle against a life-threatening condition - and are still finding the time to raise money for other people

Daily Echo - 1 May 2007
Athletes in the fast lane as £40,000 is raised
MORE than £40,000 was raised for a Hampshire charity when it staged its first triathlon event on Sunday.

Bucks Free Press - 19 February 2007
Duncan's syndrome research
A MARLOW company is seeking entrants for a sponsored fun run to fund research into a rare disease that can be fatal to young boys

This is Hampshire - 29 January 2007
Hartleys motivate Jerry to tackle Rome Marathon for charity
THREE runners have got their sights set on Rome for their mission to raise thousands of pounds for a Hampshire charity.

Daily Mail - 23 January 2007
My brother my saviour
On November 30, 2003, Allison and David Hartley were asked to go to Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London, where two of their sons were being treated for anaemia.

BBC News Online - 16 January 2007
Transplant brother is to be donor
The last of four siblings who all have a rare genetic disorder is to have a lifesaving bone marrow transplant - thanks to his brother.

BBC News Online - 8 October 2006
Transplant brothers' charity walk
Two of four brothers who all have one of the world's rarest genetic disorders have made a six-mile charity walk.

BBC News Online - 7 October 2006
Transplant brothers' charity walk
Two of four brothers who all have one of the world's rarest genetic disorders are marking life-saving bone marrow transplants by making a charity walk.

BBC News Online - 23 December 2005
Transplant boy home for Christmas
The third of four brothers diagnosed with a rare life-threatening disease has been allowed home for Christmas after undergoing a transplant.

GMTV - 18 December 2005
Gift of Life
Young Nathan Hartley has just had a life-saving bone marrow transplant - find out how to become a donor Nathan Hartley has been

BBC News Online - 26 September 2005
Third brother set for transplant
The third of four brothers diagnosed with a rare life-threatening disease is to undergo a bone marrow transplant.

BBC News Online - 13 September 2005
Transplant father hopes for cure
The father of four brothers diagnosed with a rare life-threatening disease hopes a new website he is launching will eventually help lead to a cure.

Daily Mail - 22 May 2005
Marrow transplant boy Josh in walk
The eldest of four brothers diagnosed with a life-threatening genetic disorder has taken part in a sponsored walk aimed at helping others in need of bone marrow transplants.

BBC News Online - 22 May 2005
Transplant brother's charity walk
The eldest of four brothers diagnosed with a rare fatal illness has taken part in a sponsored walk to help people in need of bone marrow transplants.

BBC News Online - 7 April 2005
Transplant brother's charity walk
The eldest of four brothers saved from a rare terminal illness is joining a charity walk for transplant patients.

BBC News Online - 22 January 2005
Transplant brother marks birthday
The eldest of four brothers diagnosed with a rare fatal illness celebrated his 13th birthday on Saturday thanks to a life-saving operation.

BBC News Online - 19 January 2005
Transplant brother back to school
The first of four brothers diagnosed with one of the world's rarest fatal illnesses has been back to school for the first time following his operation. Joshua Hartley and his

GMTV - 19 January 2005
Transplant Brothers
The second of four brothers diagnosed with one of the world's rarest fatal illnesses is about to go back to school after a successful bone marrow transplant.

Daily Mail - 17 January 2005
Family's joy as second brother undergoes transplant
The second of four brothers diagnosed with a rare genetic disease has returned home from hospital after a successful bone marrow transplant.

BBC News Online - 17 January 2005
Transplant brother returns home
The second of four brothers diagnosed with one of the world's rarest fatal illnesses has returned home after a successful bone marrow transplant.

Mail on Sunday - 23 December 2004
Christmas 'time of hope' for transplant family
A family whose four sons were diagnosed with the same potentially life-threatening disease are celebrating Christmas with a sense of hope that they never anticipated at the start of this year.

BBC News Online - 23 December 2004
Father's donor joy for ill sons
The father of four brothers with one of the world's rarest fatal illnesses says he is full of hope now all of his sons have bone marrow transplant donors.

Mirror.co.uk - 7 December 2004
JOSH CAN GO BACK TO SCHOOL
A BOY of 12 has beaten one of the world's rarest fatal diseases and can now go back to school.

BBC News Online - 30 November 2004
Donor success for second brother
A life-saving transplant for the second of four brothers with one of the world's rarest fatal illnesses is proving successful, doctors say.

Sky News - 22 November 2004
DONOR HELPS DANIEL, 8
The second of four brothers diagnosed with the same rare disease has undergone a transplant operation.

BBC News Online - 22 November 2004
Family renews appeal for donors
The parents of four boys with a life-threatening illness are waiting to hear if a bone marrow transplant has proved successful for a second son.

Scotsman.com - 22 September 2004
Second Brother Set for Pre-Transplant Tests
The second of four brothers diagnosed with the same rare genetic disorder is undergoing a series of tests today ahead of his transplant operation.

BBC News Online - 22 September 2004
Second brother set for transplant
The second of four brothers diagnosed with one of the world's rarest genetic disorders is undergoing tests ahead of his transplant operation.

BBC News Online - 23 August 2004
Bone marrow boy back with family
A boy with one of the world's rarest genetic illnesses has enjoyed his first day back at home after a bone marrow transplant from his mother.

The Scotsman - 13 July 2004
Bone-marrow donors found for four brothers
BONE-MARROW matches have been found for all four brothers suffering from the same rare genetic condition, their father said yesterday.

BBC News Online - 12 July 2004
Brothers find life-saving donors
The parents of four boys with a life-threatening illness are celebrating finding donors for their last two sons.

Watford Observer - 23 June 2004
Workers launch campaign to save young lives
TWO workers from Asda, Watford, have launched a campaign to help save a young life after being moved to tears by the story of four brothers with a rare, life-threatening disease.

UCL Hospitals - 10 June 2004
The mother of four boys with one of the world's rarest illnesses has donated her bone marrow to her eldest son. 10th June 2004 The mother of four boys with one of the world's rarest illnesses has donated her bone marrow to her eldest son
A mum whose four sons all suffer from a rare life threatening disease yesterday donated her bone marrow to her eldest son Josh. Allison Hartley was found to be a match for 12-year-old Joshua, who has the rare degenerative condition XLP.

BBC News Online - 10 June 2004
Boy receives mother's bone marrow
A boy with one of the world's rarest genetic illnesses has undergone a bone marrow transplant from his mother.

BBC News Online - 27 May 2004
Hartley boy ready for transplant
One of four brothers with one of the world's rarest fatal illnesses is to undergo the first step in what could be a life-saving bone marrow transplant.

BBC News Online - 24 April 2004
Donor is found for second brother
The boys are four of only 100 people diagnosed with XLP The second of four boys with a rare fatal condition is to have a life-saving bone marrow transplant after a donor was found.

rednblack.net - 16 April 2004
Help save four lives!
You may have seen the touching tale of the Hartley family on South Today recently. Tomorrow the father of four young brothers who suffer from a rare life-threatening genetic condition will appeal to AFC Bournemouth fans to help his sons.

Expressen.se - 13 April 2004
Alla bröderna dödsdömda utan donator
LONDON. David Hartley, 40, vädjar till världen. Om ingen hittar en donator åt hans fyra söner dör de. - Pojkarna verkar så normala och friska. Men inuti dem tickar tidsinställda bomber, säger David Hartley.

This Is Romsey - 2 April 2004
Hartley donor list reaches 15,000
The Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust has now received 15,000 responses to the appeal for bone marrow donors made by the Hartley boys of Romsey.

BBC News Online - 17 March 2004
Mother can cure fatal disease son
The mother of four boys suffering from one of the world's rarest fatal diseases has been told she can donate bone marrow to her eldest son.

BBC News Online - 12 March 2004
Thousands pledge to help brothers
More than 7,500 people have offered to become bone marrow donors after hearing of the plight of four brothers who have one of the world's rarest diseases.

telegraph.co.uk - 11 March 2004
Parents make bone marrow plea to save lives of four sons
A family appealed for bone marrow donors yesterday to help save the lives of four brothers suffering from a rare illness that could kill them by the time they reach their teens.

femail.co.uk - 11 March 2004
Father pleas for donors to save his four sons
The father of four brothers who suffer from one of the world's rarest diseases has pleaded for more bone marrow donors to come forward to help save his "wonderful" sons.

BBC News Online - 10 March 2004
Bone marrow appeal
It's every parent's worst nightmare - and for the Hartley family, it's happening four times over.

telegraph.co.uk - 7 March 2004
'It was numbing... to be told all four of your sons had a fatal genetic condition'
David Hartley sits at the kitchen table seemingly oblivious to the mild chaos around him. Breakfast has just finished and his wife, Allison, is hurriedly posting the arm of a reluctant child into a jacket in preparation for a violin lesson. Two others are banging piano keys while a fourth, wearing a pirate's outfit, torments a squawking cat. The house echoes with the deafening racket that only four boys aged between four and 12 are capable of producing.

Sky News - 6 March 2004
Massive Response to Plea
More than 1,000 people have responded to a bone marrow appeal by British family after discovering that all four of their sons are suffering potentially fatal disorders

The Anthony Nolan Trust - 5 March 2004
Help save my sons’ pleads father


scotsman.com - 5 March 2004
Help Save My Sick Boys, Plea by Father,
The father of four brothers who suffer from one of the world’s rarest diseases today pleaded for more bone marrow donors to come forward to help save his "wonderful" sons.

BBC News Online - 4 March 2004
Brothers seek life-saving donors
Four young brothers who suffer from one of the world's rarest genetic conditions are hoping to find matching bone marrow donors.