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…
49-year-old Deborah lives in Drayton, North Worcestershire with her partner. She has two children and is the Public Health Director for Dudley. Deborah was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in January 2016. She was treated with chemotherapy and had a stem cell transplant in June 2016 and is currently participating in a clinical trial. …
‘Honestly, it is such an easy, rewarding and pleasant process.’
In October 2015, Adam donated via peripheral blood stem cell collection (PBSC) to give someone a second chance of life. Now he’s sharing his story to bust myths about the donation process, and encourage others to sign up.
‘I didn’t want to be going into the hospital for treatment almost every day; I wanted to be an ordinary 17-year-old.’
In 2005, Emma was diagnosed with severe aplastic anaemia – which progressed to full-blown myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) in 2011. Read her story here.
George Norton, 32, had a stem cell transplant to treat acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in March 2014.
Here, he tells us about his first six months post transplant.