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Sadie was diagnosed with AML on November 16, 2012. You can help by joing the Be The Match Registry, volunteering, or making a donation.
Sadie and her family live in Mt. Juliet. Her father is Tim, mother is Amber, and her big brother Eli is 3 years old. Sadie is 17 months old. She is a beautiful little girl with an infectious smile and loves owls.
A Marrow Drive is being held on her behalf December 15, at The Journey Church, 212 Leeville Pike, Lebanon, TN 37087, 3 PM to 7 PM.
Team Be The Match is important to me
By supporting me, you will help raise funds for patients in need of an unrelated marrow or umbilical cord blood transplant. Together we have the potential to truly make a difference in the lives of thousands of men, women and children in need of a life-saving transplant.
What does Be The Match do?
Be The Match works to provide hope and deliver a second chance at life to patients by:
* Recruiting and supporting potential donors: To connect patients with donors, Be The Match manages the largest and most diverse donor registry — nearly 8 million marrow donors and nearly 100,000 cord blood units. Donors can turn to their Donor Advocacy Program for support throughout the donation process.
* Supporting patients: To help patients access treatment, Be The Match offers financial support and educational resources.
* Educating doctors: Referring physicians can turn to Be The Match for information about transplant advances, caring for transplant patients and the importance of timely referral for transplant.
* Advancing science: Be The Match's research programs have advanced the science of bone marrow and cord blood transplant, from better matching the right donor to the right patient for improving post-transplant treatment.
Why you should help
Be The Match relies on our support to collect contributions from people like us so that it can further its mission. Proceeds will help add more potential donors to the Be The Match Registry. I hope you'll consider making a contribution today. Together we can help save lives!
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