The cure for blood cancer isn’t in a lab, or a petri dish. It isn’t a pill or a powder. If you’re aged 16-30 and in good health, it’s you.
Sounds weird, right? But it’s true. If you tick the right boxes, you could save the life of someone with blood cancer, simply by donating your blood stem cells.
But first you need to join the Anthony Nolan register.
We use our register to match incredible individuals willing to donate their stem cells to people in desperate need of transplants.
Find out more about what donation involves by watching our video:
Donating isn’t difficult, neither is joining our register. But it is urgent. So be the cure.
‘I feel really proud of what I’ve done. It was really simple and I’d do it again.’
Alex Flint, stem cell donor
If you know someone aged between 16 to 30 who wants to help to cure blood cancer, why not tell them about our register?
Have you donated stem cells or bone marrow?