Ray Lucas, of Berrywood Close in Duston, signed up to the blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan donor register while dressed in his Clarence the Cobbler mascot costume during a drive at last year’s Race For Life in Abington Park.
The 22-year-old, who works in Thackerays in Milton Keynes, said: “There is one person I’m matched with and they could be on the other side of the world, or in the next street. I don’t know who they are but they have my contact details.
Doctors will remove the stem cells and then put his blood back during a four to five hour process. Those cells will then be used to replace diseased and cancerous cells in the blood of his match. He found out he was a bone marrow match in February, despite taking the initial saliva test in June last year. Read the full article here.