Give blood sample to join the registry.THE registry is a panel of people who have volunteered to donate their bone marrow to someone who needs a transplant.
The easiest way to join is during a normal blood donation “Give blood” redirects here. For other uses, see Give blood (disambiguation).
Blood donation is a process by which a blood donor voluntarily has blood drawn for storage in a blood bank, generally for subsequent use in a blood transfusion. session, where an additional blood sample can be taken.
It is then tested to find out which one of the millions of white cell groups, known as tissue types, the volunteer carries and they are placed on the register.
It is searched every day to try to find donors whose tissue type is a close match to patients needing a lifesaving bone marrow or stem cell stem cell
In living organisms, an undifferentiated cell that can produce other cells that eventually make up specialized tissues and organs. There are two major types of stem cells, embryonic and adult. transplant.
More information is available from the Welsh Bone Marrow Donor Registry office on freephone 0800 371502.