Parents' appeal over sick boy
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Parents of Nuneaton leukaemia patient appeal for donors

The parents of a leukaemia patient are appealing for people to become bone marrow donors.

Kacper Goldiszewicz, seven, from Nuneaton, is undergoing chemotherapy at Birmingham Children's Hospital but needs a transplant to give him the best chance of a life free of his illness, his parents say.

No one in the family is a donor match.

Mum, Anna, said those who come forward might help save the lives of not only one child but "many many children" in the UK.

  • 10 Feb 2017