Dad of 'boy who lived in bubble' wants life-saving donors
A three-year-old boy with a rare condition who had to live in a "bubble" to prevent infections during his treatment has started school.
Macsen Oatway from Neath has LAD1, a condition which affects his immune system and is so rare only 400 people in the world have it.
He spent weeks at a specialist isolation unit known in Newcastle.
Macsen received a series of blood transfusions, chemotherapy and a bone marrow treatment and his father, Richard, called on people to become donors to save lives.
05 May 2017
- From the section Wales