Interview about Matts Match

Today we interviewed Mark Russell from Matts Match campaign

Matts Match
The Saints have joined the campaign to help find Northampton schoolboy Matt Herbert a potentially life-saving bone marrow match.
15 year old Matt, a lifelong Saints fan, was diagnosed with leukaemia nearly one year ago.
After enduring several rounds of chemotherapy Matt's leukaemia went into an early remission, but it returned in September and his survival now depends on a bone marrow transplant.
The Matt's Match Campaign was established to try and find Matt a bone marrow match. Supported by the Anthony Nolan Trust, a charity which connects donors and patients, the campaign is holding a series of bone marrow clinics in and around Northampton, including two at Franklin's Gardents.

(Information taken from the Saints match day programme)
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Anna Letts says...
This is an interesting and valuable subject to talk about and you asked some good questions to get mark talking about how they have raised support for Matt.
08 December 09
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Anna says...
Some good teamwork here you two, a great way to raise awareness of this campaign.
08 December 09
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