MY STORY| I survived leukaemia three times – now I want to help others with cancer

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Robbie Eddles (Photo: Supplied)
Robbie Eddles (Photo: Supplied)

When 17-year-old Robbie Eddles from Durban was diagnosed with leukaemia for the third time and needed a bone-marrow transplant, he was determined to get more people registered as bone-marrow donors.

Here he shares his story and his hopes of helping others in desperate need of donors.

“I was six years old when I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia for the first time.

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