Race to find donor for boy

The family of a young boy living in Kettering has been warned a bone marrow transplant could be his last chance of survival.

Bone marrow transplant could be boy's last chance

The family of a young boy from Kettering has been warned a bone marrow transplant could be his last chance of survival.

Keano Klein, who is 8, and orginally from Zimbabwe, has a rare form of cancer, which leaves him extremely susceptible to bacterial infections.

But due to a shortgage of mixed race donors, a registration drive's being held in Milton Keynes to find him the right match.

The African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust has organised a donor drive in Milton Keynes this Saturday for people from ethnic minorities to register.

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Bone marrow transplant could be Keano's last chance of survival

The family of a young boy from Kettering has been warned a bone marrow transplant could be his last chance of survival.

Keano Klein, who is eight, and orginally from Zimbabwe, has a rare form of cancer, which leaves him extremely susceptible to bacterial infections.

But due to a shortgage of mixed race donors, a registration drive's being held in Milton Keynes to find him the right match.

Northamptonshire family appeal for bone marrow donors

8-year-old Keano needs a bone marrow transplant
8-year-old Keano needs a bone marrow transplant

The family of a young boy living in Kettering has been warned a bone marrow transplant could be his last chance of survival.

Keano, who is 8-years-old and orginally from Zimbabwe, has a rare form of cancer, which leaves him extremely susceptible to bacterial infections.

But due to a shortgage of mixed race donors, a registration drive is now underway to try to find him the right match.