Margot Martini's family have launched this appeal to find a donor who could save her life. One year-old Margot Martini's disease has only been seen by doctors in three cases in the last ten years. Her cancer is “dual lineage”, meaning she has both acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and acute myeloid leukaemia. Margot, who spend ten days on life support, needs a blood stem cell donation from someone with a similar bone marrow type to her. Margot’s father said “Her tissue type is not uncommon, so a match could literally come from anywhere.” Could you or someone you know, be that match? There are no long-term effects of being a donor – except that great feeling of knowing that you helped someone out. We are asking for your support to make people aware of this. Contact us for more details on how you can help. Could you help us arrange a recruitment drive at your place of work, college, university etc?