Students and staff can sign up to be a potential lifesaver by joining the national stem cell register at an event next week.
The Anthony Nolan charity will be at the Campus Centre on Monday 10 February from 9am to 3.30pm to encourage students and staff to register to become stem cell donors.
Anyone aged 16 to 30 can join the register, all you will need to do is fill in a form and a have a simple cheek swab. The process will take no longer than 10 minutes.
By joining the register, you could be a potential match for someone with blood cancer.
There will also be voucher giveaways throughout the day.
Every time someone needs a transplant, they’ll check to see if you’re a match – and the 670,000 other incredible individuals on the register.
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