In January 2013, William (24) was hospitalized for sickness and eventually diagnosed with a rare form of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (AML). This rare form of AML was very difficult to treat and doctors suggested that bone marrow transplant is the primary treatment option. Both his brothers, Vince and Marvin, are not matches. William and his family and friends searched for a potential donor; his best chance of a perfect match would be from an individual who is Chinese or Asian descent. William and his team work hard and endlessly. Great news was announced that a match was found for William! He underwent a transplant in the summer 2013. He reportedly to be recovering very well! Support William’s mission was not only determined to find a perfect match for William but to help to grow the bone marrow donor availability for others who need a bone marrow transplant!
Story Category: Survivors