Today is World Blood Cancer Day.
Please take a moment to consider how blood cancer patients are immune suppressed and therefore amongst the most vulnerable to COVID-19.
The most vulnerable are still shielding. Thank you for protecting them.
Together, saving lives
Are you between 17-55 years of age and in general good health?
You can save a life.
Every registration counts
Three easy steps to saving a life:
And that’s it ! One day, you could be matched with a blood cancer patient in need of a life saving transplant.
Thank you for embracing World Blood Cancer Day ?
Once I’m registered, how do I actually donate stem cells or bone marrow ?
What’s the difference between a stem cell and bone marrow transplant ?
Husband to Vicki and father to Oscar (2007), Rufus (2008), Digby (2015), Humphrey (2017) & Margot (2012-2014)
Team Margot’s mission
To help save and improve lives by educating, inspiring and motivating people, especially from ethnically diverse communities, to register as blood, organ, stem cell and bone marrow donors and to provide a range of support to families caring for child cancer patients.
Team Margot also provides secretariat support to the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Ethnicity Transplantation and Transfusion.