Students encourage Londoners to become potential lifesavers

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Students encourage Londoners to become potential lifesavers

Students at universities across the capital have been taking part in a series of events to show Londoners how they can become potential lifesavers.

They've teamed up with the blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan and are on a mission to sign up more than a 1000 new stem cell donors - often the best chance of survival for those with blood disorders.

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