Our purpose is quite simple really: To help save lives.
We do this by informing people about bone marrow, stem cells and bone
marrow related illness. For many patients the only hope of a cure is
through a procedure called a bone marrow transplant. But where
does the bone marrow come from for a transplant?
Well, in over seventy percent of cases it comes from a stranger.
From unrelated donors who have registered on the worldwide Bone Marrow
Working with other supportive organisations, we encourage those who are
able to find out how they could be a life saver. We organise bone
marrow registration clinics where people can come along, find out more
and become a potential bone marrow donor - a potential life saver to
someone. Here people are then able to join the Bone Marrow
More information about bone marrow can be found by following the blue tab, and to find out how you can register as a potential donor follow the green