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8 ways you could save a life

#1 - Join our campaign
It's in our blood to help save a life.

8 ways you could save a life

#2 - Register
Every 20 minutes, someone is diagnosed with blood cancer. But we know the cure: it's you.

8 ways you could save a life

#3 - RAISE MONEY
Your fundraising can help save the lives of people with blood cancer.

8 ways you could save a life

#4 - Ride London
Cure blood cancer pedal by pedal in the 2015 Ride London event.

8 ways you could save a life

#5 - Celebrate with us
Celebrate with us.

'Being African Caribbean means if you have blood cancer you have less than a 20% chance of finding the best match.'

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How your money saves lives

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Who was Anthony Nolan?

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What does #BeingAfricanCaribbean mean to you?

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Ryan Ferguson
Ryan was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) and desperately needed to find a matching bone marrow donor for a stem cell transplant to save his life.

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