March 16, 2008

Two new articles here on the need for minority donors. The Boston Globe reports on a recent marrow drive that was held in honour of Pulitzer prize-winning reporter Arthur Jones. Jones, who was black, died of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) in October 2006. The Khaleej Times writes about the pressing need for a registry in the Middle East, as fewer than 3% of the donors in the international registries can offer a match.

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