Johnika, 17, appears to be your typical teenager. Johnika was diagnosed with Aplastic Anemia and Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemolobinuria (PNH). Johnika will need a marrow/stem cell match. Since there is a severe shortage of registered African Americans in the Be the Match registry, Johnika’s search for a potential donor is much more difficult. Register today and you could be the one to save a life.

Jamison Vincent Abrenica

Jamison is a two-year-old warrior. Jamison was diagnosed with a severe case of Aplastic Anemia. He has undergone several tests and yet he maintains his game face. Jamison has gone through chemotherapy and will need a bone marrow/stem cell transplant in order to be free of his cancer. Jamison is Filipino and it will be difficult for him to find a match because of the shortage of registered Filipinos in the Be the Match registry. Learn more about Jamison at

Amy Wang

Amy, 2, was diagnosed with the most severe subtype of Fanconi anemia (FA-FANCD2), a very rare and life-threatening genetic disorder. FANCD2 progresses faster compared to any other FA subtypes. Regardless, Amy is a happy baby who has a beautiful smile! Amy loves to sing, dance, and give hugs to everyone. Amy desperately needs a bone marrow/stem cell transplant due to her condition. She faces many challenges but you can be the one to save her life, register to be a donor today! Learn more about Amy at

Akshay Bhargava

Akshay, 21, is from India. Akshay was diagnosed with leukemia in October 2008 and is currently searching for a bone marrow/stem cell transplant. Akshay is planning to become a charted accountant just like his father. Akshay continues to fight his disease with fierce determination, a sense of humor, and resilient spirit. Register today to help Akshay and patients just like him.


Sanjana, 40 was diagnosed with Multuple Myeloma in 2005. Originally from New Delhi, India, Sanjana is a teacher living in the Bay Area with her husband and two young children. She is determined to find a match to regain quality of life and a renewed hope to see her children grow. Please register today, you may be the one to help Sanjana.
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