Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Bone marrow appeal for Nottinghamshire leukaemia boy

The family of a nine-year-old boy who has raised thousands of pounds for charity are hoping a bone marrow appeal will help save his life.

Archie Andrews, of Nottinghamshire, has fought against leukaemia since he was three, and recently suffered a relapse.

He has helped with fundraising events for the Queen's Medical Centre child cancer ward in Nottingham

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Important note*

The Anthony Nolan Trust will now accept donors aged from 16 to 30 :-)

Want to save a life? Click HERE!

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