This is what I found on DailyMail:
A staggering 6,000 strangers have been tested to see if they are a stem cell match for a five-year-old boy fighting a rare cancer.
As many as 1,090 potential donors were swabbed in Guild Hall, Worcester, yesterday in a bid to help Oscar Saxelby-Lee.
The youngster is in a race against time to find a life-saving stem cell donor after he was diagnosed with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (T-ALL).
Doctors say he has three months to find a stem-cell match – which could save his life.
His parents Olivia Saxelby and Jamie Lee, of St Johns, Worcester, first became concerned when they noticed unexplained bruising on his body.
Yesterday’s event followed last weekend where 4,855 people queued in the rain at Pitmaston Primary School to see if they were a match.
Information provided by DailyMail.
Leave your comments below.