How it all began Back in 2009, I’d found myself feeling a bit lost. I’d been working at the same place for six years straight out of university, and although I liked my job, something just didn’t feel right. It was a normal day at work when I came across a poster saying something like…
Luke joined the Anthony Nolan stem cell register in 2013 after loosing his uncle to multiple myeloma. Few years later he became a donor himself. Here is his story: How it all started… I joined the Anthony Nolan register back in 2013, at a Lincoln Marrow ‘Give a Spit’ event. This was not my…
Warren is part of a very exclusive club – the two-time lifesavers who’ve given both a stem cell and a bone marrow donation. Here, he shares his story.
On 12th May 2015, Hayleigh (a community nurse working in Aberdeenshire) celebrated International Nurses Day with a difference – by donating her stem cells to a complete stranger. Today, in the run-up to International Nurses Day 2017, she’s sharing her amazing story.
David’s stem cell donation took place in April 2017 – and he’s kindly shared his story to encourage more people to join the Anthony Nolan register. Read on!
In 1984, Sara Davies was asked to donate her stem cells to a complete stranger – Catherine Naylor. It was a historic moment, because it was the first time anyone had attempted to treat Catherine’s illness (chronic myeloid leukaemia) with a stem cell transplant.
More than 30 years on, Sara’s daughter Kate is doing something incredible; raising lifesaving funds for Anthony Nolan. Here, she kindly shares the amazing inter-generational story: