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Brett sent a letter and a few weeks later received a reply.
He says: 'The donor said his dad had died of leukaemia, so it was amazing to know he'd saved a life.'Shortly after the two-year anniversary, Brett met his donor – an occasion he describes as 'incredibly emotional'.
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So when Paul proposed to his girlfriend Laura, 29, he knew immediately who his best man would be.Incredibly, just a week later Brett and Janice were overjoyed to hear there was a perfect match.The procedure involves a bag of specially treated blood, rich with stem cells from the anonymous donor, being fed into the patient. I couldn't believe it was so simple.'One hundred days after the transplant, he was given the news he had been hoping for: he was completely cured.'It somehow didn't feel real, that I'd been given this second chance,' he recalls.'I had no idea if this was a small child, a man or a woman – all I cared about was that I'd helped someone, maybe even saved a life.Finally meeting Brett and his lovely family made me realise what an amazing process this is.'Incredibly, both men lived in Hertfordshire: Paul in Hitchin, a 25-minute drive from Brett, in Bricket Wood.