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The article mentions the need for an African American donor...is this drive specifically for just that, or can anyone go to add their info to the national database?
I helped organize a number of drives in NYC for my daughter's classmate who was diagnosed with a form of Leukemia. Absolutely anyone can go to donate at any drive to get into the national database. And it really is what Danya describes in the article - its 2 cotton swabs from the inside of your cheek. It takes more time to fill out the contact information paperwork.For those not in the Boston area, the national website is http://www.dkmsamericas.orgThere may be a drive in your area.
I hope you guys will get a donor soon and will be successful in saving in her life. There are a lot of people who can get pay for someone to write my paper and who suffering from dangerous diseases but the reason for those diseases mostly unknown by the way i will write a paper bout this post and post that in street to find a donor.
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