Daniel De-Gale: Family’s campaign for more donors ten years after his death | ITV News

Daniel De-Gale died ten years ago at the age of 21. Diagnosed with Leukaemia when he was just six, he became the first black Briton to receive a bone marrow transplant from a donor who wasn’t a relative. The Charity his family set up has since given hope to thousands of others from black and Asian communities by leading a national drive for more bone marrow donors. But there is still more work to be done.

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