Second chance to save a life

Six years ago, I wrote a story about how someone might have died because I procrastinated dealing with my inbox.  In short, I signed up two decades and change ago as a marrow donor. 1% of people are ever matched.  I was matched. And I missed my chance to save the life of another human being because I didn’t check the mail.  I’ve never forgotten that, and it’s one of my deepest regrets.

Sometimes we get second chances.


I’m going in next week for testing to confirm that I can help. You might be able to help, too. Please visit and sign up – or update your contact information – today.


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