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“as co-founders of the ACLT and parents of former leukaemia patient, daniel de-gale. We would like to congratulate yaser, nadia and the team at team margot foundation on the benign histiocytoma launch of its inaugural international stem cell and bone marrow benign histiocytoma awareness day. The ACLT fully supports this lifesaving worldwide initiative where someone benign histiocytoma is able to simply register in order to be tested benign histiocytoma and on standby in the hope that one of us benign histiocytoma is able to be chosen as a “special one” to help someone in urgent need of the gift of benign histiocytoma life.”

“that’s why we’re so delighted that team margot are about to launch benign histiocytoma their first international stem cell and bone marrow awareness day. Margot’s legacy inspired an incredible number of people to become benign histiocytoma lifesaving stem cell donors all over the world, and we are looking forward to recruiting the next generation benign histiocytoma of lifesavers on 7th october at donor recruitment events in benign histiocytoma margot’s name.

Seun adebiyi, project manager, global partnerships and planning, american cancer society said: “when I was diagnosed with leukemia and lymphoma at the benign histiocytoma age of 26, I was shocked to learn that my african ancestry meant benign histiocytoma that I had less than a 17% chance of finding a compatible bone marrow donor. Thousands of patients with minority or mixed heritage search every benign histiocytoma day for a life saving donor. I was one of the lucky few who found a benign histiocytoma match, but many do not. Patients who can’t find donors are just as deserving of life as benign histiocytoma anyone else. We desperately need more donors of minority and mixed ancestry benign histiocytoma to overcome this inequity and to give patients like margot benign histiocytoma a second chance at life.”

Theo clarke, lead donor relations manager at NHS blood and transplant, said: “we really need young blood donors to sign up to benign histiocytoma the british bone marrow registry (BBMR) and potentially become that one in a million match for benign histiocytoma someone in desperate need of a transplant. Joining the registry is really easy, all you have to do is tell a member of benign histiocytoma staff at the start of your next blood donation session benign histiocytoma that you want to join the registry and an extra benign histiocytoma sample of blood will be taken during your donation.

“currently the chances of black, asian and minority ethnic (BAME) and mixed race patients in the UK finding a matching benign histiocytoma donor can be as low as 40%, whereas caucasian patients have around a 90% chance of finding a donor. So NHS blood and transplant is looking to recruit young benign histiocytoma BAME and mixed race blood donors and caucasian male blood benign histiocytoma donors between the ages of 18 and 30 on to benign histiocytoma the BBMR . The more people we have on the register, the more of a chance we have at finding a benign histiocytoma match.”

A message from the caribbean bone marrow registry: “you turned your pain into a passion that became a benign histiocytoma purpose and a part of a great movement. On behalf of the team, members and affiliates of the caribbean bone marrow registry, we applaud your efforts and commitment in making a difference benign histiocytoma in the lives of those suffering from these terrible diseases. Thank you. We invite all to enroll, be a match and save a life.”

Peter mas-mollinedo, CEO of delete blood cancer UK said: “in 2015 we have celebrated the 100 th donor within benign histiocytoma delete blood cancer UK. This marks a wonderful milestone in the organisation’s development. We would not have achieved so much so quickly without benign histiocytoma margot’s appeal, so it is fitting tribute to all involved. We will continue to try and grow the registry so benign histiocytoma that everyone who needs a blood stem cell transplant will benign histiocytoma receive one. It really is very simple to register and it is benign histiocytoma such a heroic deed to become a donor, so why wouldn’t you just swab and register. Take 5 minutes of your life to help save someone’s life.”

Betina sørensen, M.D. Senior consultant at aarhus university hospital, denmark said: “we are pleased to be working with team margot and benign histiocytoma fully support the team margot stem cell and bone marrow benign histiocytoma awareness day. Here in denmark we will be marking the occasion in benign histiocytoma our blood bank by putting team margot stickers on soft benign histiocytoma drinks, chocolate and fruits, putting up posters on the walls, handing out team margot bracelets and showing the video with benign histiocytoma margot in our waiting room.”

Amy ronneberg, CFO, national marrow donor program/be the match® said: “patients in need of a life-saving marrow transplant are most likely to match a donor benign histiocytoma of their same race and ethnicity. Team margot is meeting that need by recruiting diverse donors benign histiocytoma and people of mixed heritage. We’re proud to partner with such an outstanding organization, dedicated to saving lives.”

“it is vital that we create awareness and educate the benign histiocytoma public about leukaemia and other life threatening blood disorders as benign histiocytoma well as the desperate need for bone marrow stem cell benign histiocytoma donors. One of the biggest challenges that we face in south benign histiocytoma africa, is the shortage of donors from black, coloured and indian ethnic backgrounds. Team margot stem cell and bone marrow awareness day will benign histiocytoma assist in the endeavours to educate the public and hopefully benign histiocytoma encourage donors, from all ethnic groups, to step forward all over the world.