It’s a match! Five-year-old who won the nation’s heart in his battle against leukaemia has found a stem-cell donor after a record-breaking 10,000 people came forward
A five year old aged boy who had been battling against the rare cancer disease, has recently found a stem cell match after he have got a record breaking 10,000 donors to keep him save. This boy really has won the hearts of nation. St John’s Oscar Saxelby- Lee has been diagnosed with the blood cancer that was at its aggressive stage which acuted lymphoblastic leukaemia and that actually happened on 28th December last year after he has been noticed with unusual bruising on his legs by his parents. Within just months to get the match for their child, the parents of the child, Jamie Lee of age 26 and Olivia Saxelby of age 23 by that time had desperately launched an appeal which has led for the queues of public normally for hours in the rain to get them tested for the match.
On the facebook page of the ill child, Miss Saxelby has confirmed that three people have been proved to become a match for the youngsters that dramatically has been the reason for increase in the chances of his survival. The child’s name is Oscar which has been nicknamed bear by his parents and he is actually undergoing chemotherapy at the Birmingham Hospital for Children, while he has been waiting for the imminent transplant.
Child’s mother has posted this by writing on his hand for the facebook page of his child that they have got the best news to share that Oscar has got a match for his survival. She wrote that she is really thrilled to make the announcement that Oscar has finally got the stem match which is not just single but there are three which will be undergoing the transplant very soon.