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Sue Harris Trust

If you’re aged between 17 and 55, join the stem cell donor register at this year’s Fun Run and become a lifesaver. Read more at

If someone has a blood cancer, the only chance of saving their life could be a stem cell transplant. But those stem cells have to come from someone with a matching tissue type, which, if you are Jewish, is far more likely to be from someone who is also Jewish.

Every year, there are over 1,000 Jewish people around the world who need an unrelated stem cell donor to save their life. It takes literally a few minutes to be swabbed, and you could make a lifesaving difference if you are a match.

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