YOU COULD SAVE THE LIFE

OF SOMEONE

LIKE VEER

Veer is 4. He has a rare genetic disorder called Fanconi Anaemia, and so his bone marrow is not functioning properly.​

He needs to find a lifesaving stem cell donor if he is to survive.

Registering to be a stem cell donor is easy. No blood tests, just a swab of the inside of the cheek. Takes just a few minutes to become a potential LIFESAVER!

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DKMS

Ages: 17 to 55

Registration Cost: None

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Anthony Nolan

Ages: 16 to 30

Registration Cost: None

DON'T LEAVE IT UNTIL TOMORROW

There couldn’t be an easier way to save a life!

South Asians like Veer currently only have a 20% chance of finding a good match. By diversifying the registers, their chance of survival will increase.  Watch the video below to learn more about the campaign.

Veer's Story In Search of a Stem Cell Donor - English
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THE PROCESS

It is super easy to register, requiring only a cheek swab. And if you are matched to someone, the donation process is usually similar to giving blood.

The videos below give you a good insight into the processes for both registering and donating.