In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get desensitized to the realities of those around us. Often, we don’t care about a cause until it affects us, our family, or our friends.
What if we can change that? YOU can change that?
U25 and DKMS-BMST are joining hands to get more young people involved in the fight against blood cancer. Through this collaboration, we aim to expand the registry to create a more diverse donor pool so more patients have a second chance at life. We also believe that this collaboration can raise awareness among people as to what exactly blood cancers and blood disorders are and how a blood stem cell transplant can save lives.
DKMS-BMST is dedicated to helping patients suffering from blood cancer and blood disorders find a matching donor by registering more people on the registry. Till date, we have registered over 44,000 potential stem cell donors, but the need for more donors persists. U25 and DKMS-BMST are providing you a platform to act! Join our #U25SwabSquad campaign and join our community of lifesavers.
The representation of Indians on the global registry is very poor. This reduces the probability of a patient trying to find a matching donor. So, when it comes to finding a matching donor, a person with the same ethnic background as a patient may be a better match than one who comes from an entirely different background.
YOU can provide patients in need of a stem cell transplant, hope for a second chance at life by registering as a blood stem cell donor.
When you join the stem cell registry, you give hope to a patient who is in urgent need of a stem cell transplant and provide them with a chance for a healthy future.