Give a spit, save a life
Leeds Marrow, the student subsidiary of the Anthony Nolan charity, is again looking for fit and healthy adults aged 18-40 to sign up to the blood stem cell donor register.
Leeds Marrow runs and maintains the blood stem cell register. The register provides the opportunity for those suffering from bone cancers, such as leukaemia, to find someone who may be a match for them and be able to provide a lifesaving stem cell transplant.
Leeds Marrow is looking for fit and healthy adults to recruit to the register, and will be visiting Leeds to do so:
On: Thursday 8 March 2012
At: 9am - 4pm
In: Riley Smith Hall, LUU
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