Melissa Nazareth, mother of a 7 year old, a wife and a professional, has been diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) a type of blood cancer, and needs to find a lifesaving stem donor.

The search is made more difficult due to Melissa’s Goan heritage. Patients from minority ethnic backgrounds have just a 37% chance of finding the best possible unrelated donor match. By diversifying the register,
we can increase this chance.

Without you, there is no cure.

Patients like Melissa need people aged 16-30 from South Asian backgrounds to join the Anthony Nolan stem cell register. Sign up now and one day, you could save the life of someone like Melissa.

Find out more about stem cell donation and sign up at anthonynolan.org/MelNazareth

The first step is filling in our online form and doing a cheek swab.

Patients like Melissa need people aged 16-30 from South Asian backgrounds to join the Anthony Nolan stem cell register.

Sign up now and one day, you could save the life of someone like Melissa. Find out more about stem cell donation and sign up at anthonynolan.org/MelNazareth .

The first step is filling in our online form and doing a cheek swab.

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