Bone marrow donors sought
SUFFOLK people are being called upon to help save lives.Every year thousands of sufferers of Leukaemia and other bone marrow diseases reach the stage when only a stem cell or bone marrow transplant can save them.
SUFFOLK people are being called upon to help save lives.
Every year thousands of sufferers of Leukaemia and other bone marrow diseases reach the stage when only a stem cell or bone marrow transplant can save them.
The Anthony Nolan Trust has the UK's largest national database of potential blood cell donors.
But more people are desperately needed to join the register and the Trust is calling on Suffolk residents to join and help save a life.
They are looking for people aged 18-40 (up to 43 for males and ethnic minorities) who weigh over eight stone and are in good health to join the register.
To find out how to become a lifesaver, go along to Haughley Park, Stowmarket between 2pm and 7pm on October 3.
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For further information contact Debby Morris on email@example.com or look on the website: www.anthonynolan.org.uk.