Donor people wanted

KIND and conscientious people from the Exmouth area are being asked to save lives and become bone marrow donors by attending a clinic on Saturday. The Anthony Nolan Trust will hold a clinic at St Stephens Church, on High Street, Exeter, between 1pm and 4p

KIND and conscientious people from the Exmouth area are being asked to save lives and become bone marrow donors by attending a clinic on Saturday.

The Anthony Nolan Trust will hold a clinic at St Stephens Church, on High Street, Exeter, between 1pm and 4pm.

The charity specialises on leukaemia and bone marrow donation and undertakes research to help marrow transplants more effective.

The clinic is an opportunity for people to find out more about what donating involves and for people to consider signing up to the Anthony Nolan Trust register.


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More than 1400 people in the UK need a bone marrow transplant.

But, as individual genetic makeup is varied, only half of them can be found a match.

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For more information, contact the Anthony Nolan Trust on 020 7284 1234.

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