Please help spread the message about Yale’s very time-sensitive search to help save the life of a Yale student, Mandi Schwartz.

Mandi Schwartz

Mandi has leukemia and, in short, needs a stem cell transplant from an umbilical cord donation.

We have 60 days to locate two women of German/Russian/Ukranian descent (or any combination thereof), anywhere in the world, who are willing to donate the umbilical cord blood after delivery within that time period.

They actually need to find 200 women because the doctor needs that many in order to have a decent chance of finding two donors who match sufficiently close.

Expectant parents can learn more at becomemandishero.org.

The donation process is free, non-intrusive to mother and child, and can save either Mandi’s life or someone else’s (if the expectant couple signs up and it turns out they are not a match for Mandi, they may very well be a match for someone else).

Thanks truly for anything you’re able to do.

HELP US SAVE A LIFE: LOOKING FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS DUE JUNE OR JULY:
becomemandishero.org

You can read more about Mandi’s story at NHL Fanhouse.

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