The coordinating voice for Black, Asian, Mixed Race and Minority Ethnic transplant donation
Race Against Blood Cancer

Stem cell and bone marrow transplants are now regularly used as a curative treatment for patients with blood cancer, such as leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Race Against Blood Cancer works to increase the number of people from minority groups – whether defined by race, ethnicity or gender – which are vastly underrepresented on the donor registry as stem cell or bone marrow donors.

  • Race Against Blood Cancer is a non-profit charity whose goal it is to increase the volume and diversity of people who register as potentially life-saving donors.
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Race Against Blood Cancer work alongside the following organisations: DKMS and Anthony Nolan