Help Hilary, from Leeds, survive acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) and see her first grandson grow up
Hilary’s son, Adam, has made an impassionate appeal to you: “My mum Hilary, 62, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) in September 2017 and has been told by doctors that she urgently requires new blood stem cells from a stranger with a matching tissue type to rebuild her immune system, to fight infection and disease.”
Given Hilary’s Jewish heritage, her donor will most likely be found in the Jewish community. However, anyone could potentially be a match so Adam and we are urging anyone aged between 17-55 and in general good health to register as a potential blood stem cell donor.
You could be the lifesaver who could help Hilary or someone else beat blood cancer and have a long and healthy life.
Please take a few minutes to register as a potential donor today. If you have already registered there is no need to do it again but please nudge your family and friends to register too.