We have many reasons to celebrate...

Dad Raj won’t survive his blood cancer unless he finds a donor before the end of May.


Raj is desperately in need of a lifesaving blood stem cell donor. You, or someone you know could be his matching donor but we’ll only know if you register and carry out a 1-minute cheek swab. It's quick and easy to register!
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Finn is backed by the blues!

Watch the moment he met his heroes and find out why he needs your support...

Watch the moment he met his heroes and find out why he needs your support...


Roberto Martinez and Everton's players show their support for a campaign to find youngster Finn McEwen a lifesaving blood stem cell donor.
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Join thousands in the race to find lifesaver for seven-year-old Finn

Finn urgently needs to find a matching blood stem cell donor. You could be that person! He needs a blood stem cell donation from someone with the same tissue-type as him as that is the only potential cure for the condition. A 1-minute cheek swab will tell us if you could be Finn or someone else's lifesaver.
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Think you know what it takes to save the life of someone with a Blood Cancer?


Watch and see why what you are ‪#‎MADEOF‬ counts so much.
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Get involved in our awareness raising campaign


What you are MADE OF makes you unique and could make you someone’s lifesaver. Get registered and share our campaign, and then ask the people in your life... ‘What Are You Made of’?
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Team Margot presents cheque to our new CEO

Yaser Martini, Margot’s Dad, came in to present our brand new Chief Executive, Peter Mas-Mollinedo with funds raised through Team Margot inspired fundraising activities held in 2014.
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Why your registration counts so much...

After you have sent back your swabs to Delete Blood Cancer UK, find out what happens next....
So what exactly are HLA characteristics?

Shuhel Miah became our first lifesaver

Shuel said: "The donation didn’t sound difficult, but it is still a lot easier than I thought it would be. It is very easy."

Shuel said: "The donation didn’t sound difficult, but it is still a lot easier than I thought it would be. It is very easy."


Our first blood stem cell donation took place at the start of 2014. The donor was Shuhel Miah, a 21 year old from London.
Shuhel's experience

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Come to an event and register! From festivals, supermarkets, music gigs, local community events, there’s something for everyone!
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The Isle of Wight community turned out in their thousands to support Finley.

Finley, aged 6, was diagnosed with leukaemia last year.
This is Finley's story

A special meeting

When Chloe met her lifesaver Roland


In 2008, Chloe from Scotland, who was aged eight at the time, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia. The following year she received a blood stem cell donation.
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Sarah donates some of her blood stem cells
She helped someone to survive blood cancer.
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Can you become a blood stem cell donor?
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