That's an amazing thing for a young man to do, knowing he might not play sports again. What a great story.
That's for sure, Alex. It would be seriously hard to do if your dreams where on the line.
A very uplifting story. Thanks for sharing
II was, wasn't it, CJ. Hope you've got your feet propped up enjoying your Sunday.
Sure shows there are still good people around
Yes it does. They get lost in the shuffle don't they?
Despite the physical challenges he had from donating his bone marrow, he still accomplished his dream.I think that is Karma.
Karma sounds like that's exactly what it was. He's made saint in my book.
Such an inspiring and uplifting story. Thanks for sharing.
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Glad you enjoyed it. What he did takes my breath away.
ooohhh LOVE this...I am allllll about Be the Match. My dad had Amyloidosis, an extremely rare blood cancer, and we were lucky that he was able to use his own stem cells for the transplant...had he needed a match, we would have been reliant on another wonderful person who could register. everyone should def register!
I so much admire folks that register to do this sort of thing. My brother and sister are both signed up to be donors.
Hope all is well with your dad.
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