A two-year-old boy from Tipton who found a life saving bone marrow match has been discharged from hospital after the treatment.
Gaurav Bains spent three months in Birmingham Children's Hospital after a transplant to stop him developing a potentially fatal type of leukaemia.
His parents, Sunny and Gurpit, launched a public appeal for donors in September after failing to find a match within their family, and a national shortage of Asian donors.
Gaurav will be kept in isolation until his immune system is fully recovered.
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