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There is a swab event at the FC Dallas game Wednesday night.

What Is DKMS?

DKMS is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against blood cancer. Their mission is to “Delete Blood Cancer” and give as many patients as possible a second chance at life. To help, potential donors can register at DKMS.org. You will get a swab kit in mail. Follow the instructions and send the swab back. You will get called only if you are a match. You can choose to stay out or give someone a gift of life. All expenses are paid by the organization.

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DKMS Recruiting Potential Donors For Bone Marrow DonationsThere is a swab event at the FC Dallas game Wednesday night.
DKMS Set Up At Globe Life Park To Help Register Donors For Stem Cells To Help Fight Blood CancerA five-minute swab can help you save the lives of others.
DKMS: Walt Tallant Who Was Suffering From A Rare Blood Cancer Needed A LifelineWhat do you say to a man who saved your life? Walt Tallant who was suffering from a rare blood cancer needed a lifeline. And that came in the form of Ron Smith. They met for the first time ever recently. Watch their emotional reunion here.
Child Fights For Life Against Acute Myeloid Leukemia With Help From DKMSIt was a race against time for 9-month-old Kenza Durani. She was diagnosed with Acute myeloid leukemia, an aggressive form of blood cancer. But when treatment after treatment failed, the only hope they had was a bone marrow transplant. But that too came with hurdles.
DKMS: Connected By Blood Match, Registered Donor Matches With Leukemia PatientNick Adams gave the gift of time to a complete stranger by donating just a few minutes of his own time.
DKMS: Danielle Stephens Mother Of Two Prayed For A DonorWhen Danielle Stephens found out she had Myelodysplastic syndrome- a cancer that makes the cells in her bone marrow abnormal, her only hope was a donor who could donate stem cells. Her search became desperate and the mother of two prayed for a donor.
DKMS: The Real Housewives of Dallas Stephanie Hollman Saves A Life With Donation Of Stem CellsThe Real Housewives of Dallas Stephanie Hollman speaks about how her random act at a blood drive ended up saving a life of a 40-year-old woman suffering from non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. On this cancer awareness month, CBS 11 news and DKMS are partnering to get as many people as possible on the stem cell donor and bone marrow donor registry. The 40-year old's only hope was stem cell transplant from a stranger. And Stephanie stepped up to the plate.

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