be the match
As a 20-year-old center on the College of Charleston women's basketball team, I -- like most young adults my age -- thought cancer was something that only affects other people. Not me, not my loved ones. But when a close friend was stricken with leukemia, all of that changed.
As they waltzed around, locked in an embrace, looking at each other lovingly, they seemed to be sharing a bond that few of the rest of us could ever know or understand. Related by shared bone marrow and white blood cells, they danced the wedding's first special dance together.
Cameron Lyle, University Of New Hampshire Athlete, Gives Up Career To Donate Bone Marrow To Stranger
When Cameron Lyle learned that he was a bone marrow match for a man with cancer, he immediately agreed to donate, a decision
To get involved with the Be the Match Foundation, click here. Pollard and her family plan on visiting Worrall in England
Four-Year-Old Devan doesn't just need a bone marrow transplant -- he needs a donor that has the same Human Leukocyte Antigens