The only hope of survival for thousands of people with blood cancers such a leukaemia, is a donation of healthy stem cells.
There is a massive shortage of donors, which is why, in a bid to help save the lives of adults and children with blood cancer, the Anthony Nolan charity is coming to Middlesbrough College on Thursday 12th May.
Normanby youngster Danny’s life was saved by a donor after having a stem cell transplant in 2012. His Mum, Claire, is encouraging students from the college to sign up as a potential lifesaver to help others like Danny.
To register, please go to The Street between 11:30-2:30pm, fill in an application form and spit in a tube – simple! All we ask is that you are aged between 16 and 30 and in good health.