Press Release: Brighton mum needs life-saving bone marrow transplant

Please help Nikki find a rare perfect match bone marrow donor by registering as a donor and helping the appeal go viral globally by sharing this and retweeting

Perfect 10 Match

Nikki And FamilyA mother of two young children is searching for the ‘perfect match’ stem cell donor to enable her to have an essential bone marrow transplant.

Nikki Braterman, 45, from Brighton, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in December 2013.

Her best hope of survival is to find a donor that is a ‘perfect match’ to her stem cell type. She is desperately seeking people who share her ethnic background, Anglo-Burmese and Irish, or people with south Asian heritage, to volunteer as potential stem cell donors through their national registry.

Nikki said: “I’m a mum to two small children, aged 7 and 4 and I want to see them grow up. If you are reading this story and think that you may be able to help then please, please get in touch, you might just be able to save my life.”

Geoff Braterman, Nikki’s husband said, “We are desperately and urgently…

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