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1st May 2015 at 18:01


In this episode of the TES FE Podcast Sarah Simons talks to Katie Day of Anthony Nolan, a charity which works to save the lives of people with blood cancer. She explains how working with schools and colleges not only offers young people the opportunity to register and potentially save a life, but opens up debate surrounding difficult to tackle subjects. Jack Coen registered as a stem cell donor, during his time in sixth form and was found to be a match. He discusses how his experience changed his life.




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