Bone Marrow can help in the fight against blood cancer
Blood cancer is the second leading cause of all cancer deaths in the United States. Many of those who are affected by cancers--such as leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma--need bone marrow transplants to have save their life. The process for finding bone marrow matches involves the swab of a cheek. KASU's Johnathan Reaves speaks with Delete Blood Cancer volunteer Colin Hall in this interview about the process and why it is critical in the fight against blood cancer.
Swabs are taking place in Jonesboro today at ASU-Jonesboro and NEA Baptist. Free kits are available anytime. More information can be found here.