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Help save Liam Lotz's life.

Seven-year-old Liam was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia on January 18, 2016, and is need of a bone marrow donor.

Liam has been going to chemotherapy but he now has 80% of cancer cell count.

Anyone between the age of 18-45 years and not on any chronic medication can donate.

Joanne Joseph speaks to Benita Lotz, Liam's mother, about his condition.

At this stage, it is quite daunting to find a bone marrow which is Liam's only chance going forward.

Benita Lotz, Liam's mother

He is turning eight on April 2 and it would be fantastic if we could find a donor before then.

Benita Lotz, Liam's mother

Lotz says family, prayers and the community support has helped them get through this situation.

It is difficult at times.

Benita Lotz, Liam's mother

Head of Communications at the Sunflower Fund, Kim Webster, says the drive to find a stemcell donor in Durbanville has been good.

We've had close to a thousand people come through today from 7:30am and we will be here until 7pm.

Kim Webster, Head of communications - Sunflower Fund

The more people respond, the more the chances of finding a match increase.

Kim Webster, Head of communications - Sunflower Fund

Click here for the Sunflower Fund website.

You can also donate to Liam’s Backabuddy here: https://www.backabuddy.co.za/champion/project/liam-lotz

Listen to the full interview below and find out about the qualifying criteria...

This article first appeared on 702 : Help save Liam's life by donating your bone marrow

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