Just 10 months ago Chris Spencer, 48, had a second life-saving bone marrow transplant facilitated by Anthony Nolan.
Now Chris says it’s ‘payback time’ and is setting out on Thursday 11th September on a gruelling, 150 mile, three and a half day row of the Thames in aid of the charity that saved his life, dubbed 'The Great Thames Row'.
A RECOVERING leukaemia patient who devotes her time to raising awareness, campaigning Government and raising money for blood cancer charities, including Anthony Nolan, has been shortlisted for a Pride of Britain Award.
A lifelong servant of Ormskirk Rugby Club who's been battling a rare cancer was honoured by his team mates with a charity match on Saturday 26 July, raising £6000 for Anthony Nolan and the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
An inspirational student doctor from Northern Ireland who has encouraged more than 1,200 people to join the Anthony Nolan bone marrow register is the winner of a new award, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.