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This is the reason that Keith Sudbury, a father, who lost his son at the age of 27, due to leukemia cancer, wants to introduce a new law ineducational institutions. The law will be after the name of his son Adrian Sudbury, and will be called as Adrian's Law.
The law calls for having lessons in educational institutions in which education will be given about donation of blood, organs and stem cells. It has been further revealed that the law makes sure that every child above the age of 16 gets to know about organ donation.
Sudbury said, "It's a no brainer really. The more you educate people, the more people will join the register, the more matches you have and the more lives are saved".
Official report revealed that there are more than 1,600 people, who have been waiting for the stem cell transplant in the UK. If to talk about the number of people who have been waiting across the globe, then there are about 37,000 people.