Incredible: Over 5,000 People Waited Patiently In The Rain For Hours To Save The Boy’s Life- Video

Oscar Saxelby-Lee is a five-year-old boy, a student at the primary school in Worcester, EnglandThis boy’s childhood turned into real ba!tle for his life since he was d*agn*sed with a rare form of canc-er in December, Oscar was diag-nosed with T-cell acute ly*phobla!tic le*kae!ia this rare form of canc-er threa-tened the boy’s lifeThe dis-ease caused immature white blo-od cells to be released in his system.

This cau-ses a lot of health problems doctors told his family that the possible solution is doing a stem cell transplant boy had only three months to find the do-nor and save his own life. Luckily, Oscar was surrounded by some exceptionally good peoples teaching assistant Laura Senter talks about Oscar and his !lln-ess she says that when the school found out about the problem, however, she added that they did not give up and all of them tried to help the boy.

The school organized an event in order to find the do-nors who can help Oscar They decided to do whatever it takes just to save Oscar’s life This event gathered unbelievable 5,000 people Sarah Keating, Oscar’s teacher, says that this is the first such case in her career she has never witn-essed similar case in her life she joined Oscar’s fi*ht.

The organizers made a public announcement they called everyone aged 17 to 55. The call for registration of do-nors was a real success family even raised some 11,300 dollars to cover the expenses it took some 200 volunteers to do the job the first day 1,800 do-nors registered, However, the next day was a real surprise additional 3,000 do-nors registered in order to help the boy. MsBladen said that nobody moaned, even though they queued around the blo*k, in the pouring rain spirit and generosity of people were incredible.

The huge number of registered do-nors surprised everyone large database of registered do-nors requires weeks to go through and pi*k up the most suitable do-nors who will save the boy’s life.

Lusa Nugent, the head of the recruitment, says that it’s very di!!icult to find the appr-opri-ate match because there are some 17,000 HLA characteristics to go through. Neverth-eless, Oscar’s family can now fig*t this di!e-ase with less str-ess knowing that there are do-nors and possible matches, they can go through the process more easily scar is admitted to the Birmingham Children’s Hospital and he has already taken some 20 blo-od transfusions.

Oscar is a funny and energ-etic boy and he deserves a second chance family hopes that among the do-nors there is a match and he or she will help Oscar b*** this *llne*s is too young to lo*e the battle!