After registering with the British Bone Marrow Registry, Sam was a match for a patient in the autumn of 2016, and donated his stem cells to give them a second chance of life. Here, he shares his amazing story.
Earlier this year, Lucy donated her stem cells to give a second chance of life to someone with blood cancer. She’s very kindly shared her story with us to bust the myths and encourage others to sign up.
Danny Keeling is 25 years old, and a Front Desk Agent at Ace Hotel in Shoreditch. Last year, after registering as an Anthony Nolan stem cell donor, Danny learned that he had been selected as a match for someone with blood cancer – and after donating, he was inspired to raise lifesaving funds for our cause with a series of Pride in London events.
Six years ago, Kim was donating stem cells to save the life of a complete stranger. On the anniversary of her amazing, lifesaving act, she got in touch with Anthony Nolan to share the story of her donation experience.
Mike has a more personal connection to our cause than most: in 2004, his father was diagnosed with cancer, and sadly passed away three years later.
Now he works as a biomedical scientist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals – and late last year, he was surprised to learn that he was a match for a patient with blood cancer in need of a transplant. Today, he’s sharing his story with us:
Sarah Dyce, 34, from South London is stepping up her marathon training as she prepares to run to raise money for Anthony Nolan.