Joy for Jersey family as they are united with their son’s life-saving donor

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Ten-year-old Oliver Wootton, of St Clement, suffered with a rare immune deficiency disorder that only affects four in a million boys and in 2009 led to him needing a bone marrow transplant.

He recently flew to Belfast to meet Patrick Vize, who donated the life-saving stem cells.

Mr Vize had been working in Vancouver, Canada, but went home to Northern Ireland for Christmas so Oliver and his mother Debbie made the journey from Jersey to meet him.

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