Dozens of Napolitans presented themselves at the Admo gazebos in Piazzale Tecchio, in the Furorigrotta district, after the appeal to newspapers and social networks by Michele Bisceglia, father of little Diana, aged 6, suffering from a rare disease and in need of a bone marrow donor.

Despite the heat, the solidarity race, has led many young people, between 18 and 35, to undergo the salivary swab test in order to verify compatibility with Diana or with other children suffering from rare diseases.

Among the potential donors there are also university staff from the nearby headquarters located in the Mostra d’Oltremare.

As it was for the search for the donor of little Alex before Christmas and a few weeks ago for Gabry, this is the third time that the eapolitans take to the streets to save a child.