The mother of a boy with leukaemia has said she's hoping to have confirmation this week that a stem cell transplant donor's been found.
Five-year-old Oscar Saxelby-Lee, from Worcester, needs to be in remission for the transplant to take place.
He is now free of leukaemia blast cells and his mother Olivia said the procedure could happen as soon as next month if a suitable donor was found.
Events have been run across the country to encourage thousands of people to join the stem cell register in a bid to find him a possible donor.
Quote Message: I'm hoping for some news, I really am because I know it's a lot to ask but, at the same time, Oscar's our world and we just need to get him into transplant and home where he belongs." from Olivia Saxelby Mother