Stratford 'spit drive' for leukaemia victim

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Stratford 'spit drive' for leukaemia victim

A 'spit drive' has been staged in Stratford in the hope of finding a bone marrow donor for the daughter of a lecturer at The University of East London. 24-year-old Lara Casalotti has a rare form of blood cancer and needs a lifesaving stem cell transplant by April 2016. It's hoped the #Match4Lara appeal will inspire more Londoners to join the Anthony Nolan register.


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