When seven-year-old Jasmi Lindberg Cooke's cancer returned in 2017, doctors said a blood stem cell transplant was her best hope of survival.
There was no match available for the little girl from Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.
The charity DKMS then put out the appeal JoinforJasmi urging people to join the donor register. It gathered celebrity support, including Ed Sheeran. It led to thousands more people joining the donor register.
It's six months since Jasmi's successful transplant,
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Cambridgeshire goalkeeper Nick Pope has made his England debut in a 2-0 win over Costa Rica.
The 26-year-old came on as a second-half substitute for Jack Butland in the final World Cup warm-up game.
The Burnley shot-stopper had a relatively peaceful start to his international career and was rarely called into action.
His cap seals a meteoric rise to the top - just seven years ago he was playing part time for Bury Town in the Ryman League.
Cambridgeshire goalkeeper Nick Pope is set to be handed his England debut tonight.Read the full story ›
A woman in her 20s was pushed into some bushes and sexually assaulted in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday morning.Read the full story ›
Four rare stone curlew eggs have been stolen from a nature reserve near Bury St Edmunds.Read the full story ›
The number of players looking for a new club has already risen by a massive 2,000% since the Roses won gold over the weekend.Read the full story ›
The Bury St Edmunds U-15 rugby team returned from their Easter tour to find a stowaway had clung to the bottom of their coach.Read the full story ›
A former non-league goalkeeper from Cambridgeshire is celebrating his first call-up to the England squad.Read the full story ›
Suffolk Police said Corrie's disappearance will now be treated as a cold case as police say there are no "realistic lines of enquiry left".Read the full story ›
Suffolk Police said Corrie's disappearance will now be treated as a cold case as there are no "realistic lines of enquiry left to pursue".Read the full story ›