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"We got in touch with DKMS and they were very happy to come down and swab as many people as possible.
Recovery has had its bumps but she's so grateful to her anonymous donor for saving her life - and ensuring her children have a mother to take care of them as they grow up," a DKMS spokeswoman said.
DKMS will test every staff member with a simple swab on the inside of their cheek to see if they are a match for Paddy.
"DKMS desperately needs more people to sign up, and while both men and women are needed to be donors, men under 30 are significantly underrepresented on the register," explains Lisa.
Anyone in the UK, aged between 17 and 55 and in good general health, can register with DKMS.
His contact is [email#160protected]SUPPORT: The recent ruling by Justice Florence Muchemi, in which she threw out one DKMs case for child support from her former husband, is commendable, says Patrick Majanja.
Van Damme is, amongst others, a Board member of Anheuser-Busch Inbev (BUD) and Restaurant Brands International (QSR) as well as a director of DKMS, the largest bone marrow donor center in the world.
While Suwini and Purna found saviours in Datri Registry (India), the other two found matching donors from German Registry (DKMS) in London.
Air Partner has joined the fight against blood cancer and blood disorders by sponsoring the annual Blood Ball, a Halloween-inspired event that benefits DKMS, the company said.