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Hellenic Bone Marrow Drive


BECAUSE OF YOUR ANCESTRY,
YOU ARE NEEDED AS A BONE MARROW DONOR!

A bone marrow donation can help cure life-threatening diseases such as leukemia. Patients are more likely to find a matched donor within there own ethnic group, and there is a demand for minority ethnic background donors.

This drive is sponsored by the family of a Greek woman who is currently in need of a bone marrow donor, however all ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to become bone marrow donors.

For more information on what is involved in becoming a bone marrow donor please visit the Donor Page or the Steps page of the National Marrow Donor Program.


You can join the National Marrow Donor Program through one of the options below. For other locations throughout the United States, please contact the National Marrow Donor Program at 1-800-MARROW-2


City of Hope National Medical Center

City of Hope Unrelated National Marrow Program
Free of charge if you donate 1 unit of blood.*
(Donors must be in good health and between the ages of 18 and 60.)

Go to the 'Donor Center' at City of Hope National Medical Center.
*Call (818) 301-8483 with any questions or concerns.
1500 East Duarte Road, Duarte (Los Angeles County), California

Directions MAP: 20 min. east of Pasadena, off the 210 (Foothill) fwy, Buena Vista exit south (just west of the 605 fwy), left turn on Duarte Road.


Stanford University Medical Center

Stanford University Blood Bank
May require a fee or a donation.
(Donors must be in good health and between the ages of 18 and 60.)
Call (415) 723-5532
Stanford University Campus Directions
Palo Alto, California
You can send any questions, comments, or concerns to graeber@ucla.edu

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