A SELFLESS Scot has saved the life of a German stranger after being moved by the story of a dying man.
JohnPaul Wright, 39, was watching TV and saw a story about a dad the same age as him appealing for stem cell donors.
JohnPaul, from Greenock, said: “I was a regular blood donor so I followed the link and registered.”
While he was not a match for the man in the appeal, in November JohnPaul got a call from the charity DKMS, which runs registers for stem cell and bone marrow donors, saying he was a potential match for someone else.
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