April 14, 2008

From the South Wales Argus:
The donor clinic will be held at Gaer Junior School between 4pm and 7pm today (Tuesday, April 15).

Anyone who joins the Anthony Nolan bone marrow register will be required to give a small sample of blood on the night.

If found to be a match, donors could be required to donate bone marrow to anyone all over the world.

Donors must be aged between 18 and 40, weigh more than eight stone, not be excessively over-weight and be in generally good health.

The Anthony Nolan Trust are particularly keen for young men to donate and people of ethnic minorities.
I'm sure they meant "young people," as gender isn't a factor in donor compatibility.

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