A five-year-old boy fighting a rare cancer has finally found a stem cell donor match after 10,000 offers.
Oscar Saxelby-Lee was in a race against time to find a life-saving match after he was diagnosed with rare cancer T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (T-ALL).
The disease is caused by bone marrow being unable to produce enough normal blood cells.
Thousands queued up to get tested after Pitmaston Primary School, in Worcester, opened their doors for a donor search earlier this month.
Now, Oscar’s mum Olivia has taken to Facebook to share the amazing news that a match has been found.