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UCL Marrow work alongside the charity Anthony Nolan to help save the lives of people with blood cancer by signing people onto the stem cell register. For various reasons, young people like us make the best donors – with a real chance of saving a life. That’s why it’s important we do the work we do. Our goals are: 1. To raise awareness of the importance of signing onto the register at UCL. 2. Sign students between the ages of 16-30 onto the stem cell register. 3. Fundraise for Anthony Nolan as signing people onto the register costs the charity a total of £40 per person. 4. Bust myths! People often think this is a painful process (not true!) and unaware that there’s a 1 in 100 chance they would ever donate. Follow us on our social media to stay up to date with our upcoming events and training sessions: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1507411776225636 Instagram: @UCLMarrow

See what other students say about this project

"It’s a massive life experience I wouldn’t have got if I had just done my course"
Sarah Goddard is a 4th year medical student and a Project Leader for UCL Marrow - a Student-Led Volunteering Project (and branch of the national charity, Anthony Nolan) that recruits people to the national stem cell donor register. Read on to find out why she loves Marrow and why leading a project is so rewarding.