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Help save a life at Lochgilphead High

TWO LOCHGILPHEAD High School pupils have joined forces with the fire service to host a stem cell recruitment drive.

John Sweeney, from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, and S6 pupils Romy MacPherson and Alix Nelson hosted a presentation on blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan and how those aged 16 and over can sign up to the register.

Alix is the cousin of Joanna MacVicar, who sadly died after being unable to find a stem cell match.

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