The cure for blood cancer is in the hands of ordinary people. One simple action can be the difference that gives a patient hope for the future. We need you to be the voices and hands to ensure we are doing what we can to find matches. Discover the many ways you can support the cause. As a community service organization, it is our duty to serve Cancer Patients.
Did you know black patients only have a 29% chance of finding a match compared to a 79% chance of finding a match for White patients?
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In Greater Service,
Loreal N. Marshall
23rd Central Region Syntaktes (Regional Director)
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Sigma Gamma Rho alum, Windy Peterson, was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia, an aggressive blood cancer.
With no match in her family, Windy’s best chance of receiving a life-saving transplant is by finding a matched, unrelated donor who shares her African American heritage.
Black patients, like Windy, only have a 29% chance of finding a match compared to a 79% chance of finding a match for White patients.