March 22, 2008

Two articles I came across today both highlight another aspect of the need for minority donors: for people of mixed heritage. (This is a concern for me as well, as our son is half Greek.)

Kent News features an article on a child who is part Maltese, and Vandalia Drummer News talks about a football player whose mother is of Dutch and Indonesian heritage.

This, incidentally, is one of the reasons why we encourage people of all backgrounds to register: if you look at the photos of either of these people, you might guess as to their background, and you'd probably be wrong. And you'd probably never guess from my photos that I have Scots blood. Looks are deceiving.

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