May 202014
 

DeleteBloodCancer

WorldBloodCancerDay

Delete Blood Cancer DKMS leads the fight to delete blood cancer by empowering people to take action, give bone marrow and save lives. With more than 4 million registered bone marrow donors worldwide, Delete Blood Cancer is part of the world’s largest bone marrow donor center. Please join the fight against blood cancer.

About Delete Blood Cancer

Delete Blood Cancer started with one family’s search for a bone marrow donor and is today part of the world’s largest bone marrow donor center.  We have helped register more than 4.6 million potential donors and facilitated over 41,000 lifesaving transplants around the world. But we’re not stopping there. Every day we lead the fight against blood cancer by working with families, communities and organizations to recruit more donors and provide more patients with second chances at life. Delete Blood Cancer-DKMS Americas is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. For more information or to register as a bone marrow donor, please visit www.deletebloodcancer.org.

If you have any questions email info@dkmsamericas.org

Thank you for your time, and consideration. You may ask why did I Post this particular disease. Well, to me Cancer is Cancer. Lung Cancer took my father in 1980. Breast Cancer took my mother’s breast in 1961. Cancer of the Liver took my Grandmother in 1977, and a few years later my Aunt. Cancer also took another Aunt of mine, and an Uncle had throat Cancer. Any type of Cancer is not good. So please if you can help look into the information for donating. Thank you.

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Raising awareness about blood cancer and the need to register more bone marrow donors is so important to many.  As important to saving a life.

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  2 Responses to “Delete Blood Cancer! World Blood Cancer Day May 28th!”

  1.  

    Thank you so much for sharing this, Marie. Perhaps one day they will actually find a cure for cancer.

  2.  

    My husband gave stem cells last August. He had to take shots for multiple days and travel to other cities. Unfortunately, the lady recently died. Maybe he bought her six months. A lot of people survive with these donations, so I still believe it’s worth a shot.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/05/ww-can-you-relate.html

Thanks for the lovely comment!

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