Nadeem Siddiqui has spent his entire career helping cancer patients battle the illness and was devastated when his nine-year-old daughter Ayesha was diagnosed two years ago.
Mr Siddiqui, a consultant oncologist at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, has searched all over the world to try to find a donor for Ayesha.
While he is still waiting to find a match, the efforts of Mr Siddiqui, 51, and his family have given a boost to the register of donors. At least 496 people have agreed to join the Anthony Nolan register as a direct result of the campaign. The charity has also received a financial boost after Ayesha's family raised £180,000 for them.
Finding donor matches can be particularly difficult for people from ethnic minority backgrounds. Ayesha, who is undergoing chemotherapy, needs a transplant from someone who is mixed race Caucasian and Middle Eastern or North African background.
Mr Siddiqui, from Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire, said of Ayesha: "She's still fighting and she's full of tenacity and spirit."
Ann O'Leary, of Anthony Nolan, said: "Ayesha and her family are truly inspirational."