SURVIVOR TESTIMONIALS

Learn how cord blood donations can make a lifesaving difference in the lives of survivors.
LISA MAXSON

Lisa Maxson was 28-years-old when diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.

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GAIL E. MCCULLOUGH, JR.

When Gail McCullough, Jr., was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in 2005, he was told his condition would become critical with two years.

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ROCHELLE GRENIER

Rochelle Grenier was diagnosed with stage IV Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2003.

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SUSAN FISTER

Susan received a cord blood stem cell transplant over a decade ago.

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CHRIS DEVINE

In September of 1995, at the age of 24, Chris DeVine was diagnosed with lymphoma.

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DIANA TIRPAK

After being diagnosed with acute myelogenious leukemia diagnosis in July 2007, her oncologist discussed the possibility of a cord blood transplant.

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MICHAEL ROWE

In January 2012, at age 35, Michael Rowe, a happily married father of four, was diagnosed with leukemia. The day after his diagnosis, he began receiving chemotherapy treatments.

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