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The Agonizing Wait For A Donor / by Maria Hinojosa | March 16, 2012

The Agonizing Wait For A Donor

For people suffering from blood related diseases, including Leukemia, a bone marrow transplant can be the cure.

The perfect matches come from relatives and one’s own ethnicity. But when it comes to life-saving bone marrow transplants, Latinos and other people of color have a much lower chance at finding a match. As part of our series examining health issues facing Latinos, this documentary produced by Habiba Nosheen and Lisa Desai, tells us what can be done to change things.

Latino USA’s year-long look at Latinos and Health is made possible by funding from Pfizer Helpful Answers®, a family of patient assistance programs for the uninsured and underinsured who need help getting Pfizer medicines.

Click here to download an .mp3 of this segment.

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Abraham Vargas says:

Great show.
Please put show notes to point where we can register as donors.

It’s hard to search out knowledgeable individuals on this subject, however you sound like you know what you’re speaking about! Thanks