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You could save the life of someone like Terry

Terry is desperately searching for his matching stem cell donor. 

Artist, football fan and dedicated grandad Terry Brownbill, aged 69, received the shock diagnosis of having acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) just before Christmas. Having been a championship boxer, journalist and artist, Terry has endured chemotherapy but now needs a stem cell transplant to get back to his active and adventurous lifestyle. So far no match for Terry can be found and his family is desperately appealing for more potential lifesavers to come forward.


Patients like Terry need people aged between 16 and 30 to join the Anthony Nolan stem cell register.

Make a donation

A gift of £5 a month helps build a stem cell register that gives everyone the best chance of survival.

A gift of £10 a month helps lifesaving transplants to happen – giving as many people like Reuben as possible a second chance of life.

A gift of £15 a month could help pay for our umbilical cord collection programme – making little lifesavers of babies only minutes old!

£15 goes a long way to helping our scientists conduct ground-breaking research that will save lives over the next 50 years.

£40 could sign up a new lifesaving stem cell donor who could go on to save a life like Reuben's.

£90 could pay for three hours of invaluable support from a post-transplant nurse for patients and families.