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PHOTO: suppliedStem cell donor Leonie Venter.
PHOTO: suppliedStem cell donor Leonie Venter.

YOU don’t have to be part of the Avengers or Justice League to save a life, all you have to do is become a stem cell donor.

The thought of it sounds painful and uncomfortable, but the process is not as bad as you would think.

Leonie Venter made the decision to become a donor after she experienced personal loss and wanted to make a difference in someone’s life.

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