Clwyd South MP Susan Elan Jones is urging local people to join the stem cell register and help save lives.
Susan Elan Jones MP met recently in Parliament with medical charity Anthony Nolan.
She said: “I’m on the stem cell register myself and was delighted to hear there are now 654 of us from the Clwyd South constituency who are on. It’s especially good to hear that 47 local constituents are new to the register this last year. However the need is greater still and there’s a special demand for young people aged 18-30. I’d urge all local residents to take a look at the Anthony Nolan website anthonynolan.org and consider signing up to the stem cell register. This simple act could save a life.”
Speaking at the start of Labour Conference week, Susan Elan Jones MP also welcomed the fact that medical and other charities would be attending this year’s party conferences: “I always make a point of meeting with charities when I attend the Labour Party conference. I’m really glad that many charities are present at my Party’s conference and those of other political parties. It’s so important their voices are heard at all the party conferences.”