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Miriam González Durántez has hosted a reception to mark our 40th anniversary.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg’s wife, who has supported us for many years, attended the event at Lancaster House, in London’s West End, yesterday evening.
A social media craze has seen hundreds of people pledge to save the life of an eight year old girl who needs a bone marrow transplant
A sports manager from Nottingham is raising vital funds for us, 14 years after we saved his life with a bone marrow transplant.
More than 300 Baker Tilly staff and clients are gearing up to take part in a gruelling 660 mile charity bike ride from London to Leeds to arrive just before the start of the Tour de France.
A campaign to save the life of an eight-year-old girl from Cardiff who is in need of a bone marrow transplant is gathering pace.
Charlotte signs up to Anthony Nolan register for ‘1 in 9 million’ boy
Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby has become the latest person to sign up to the Anthony Nolan bone marrow register after hearing about the plight of a ‘1 in 9 million’ baby boy.
As Father’s Day approaches this Sunday, grandfather of four Bill Evans has praised his close-knit family for helping him reach the five-year milestone since he had his lifesaving bone marrow transplant, thanks to blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.
A donor recruitment event held for Joey Ziadi, in Abington Park on Sunday, was a huge success, becoming their largest patient appeal event for the UK in the past two years.
Donating is the easy bit. The hard bit is watching England play afterwards…
Anthony Nolan is kick-starting a new awareness campaign working with our stem cell donors to coincide with the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
We've mapped our register of potential cell donors for the first time - find out how many lifesavers live in your community at www.anthonynolan.org/superhero
MPs show their support
Have a baby, cure blood cancer: how mums-to-be in Manchester can save a life, thanks to new Anthony Nolan centre
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