DKMS US
DKMS US
yesterday at 19:45. Facebook
***Question of the week***

Everyone that registers as a potential bone marrow donor with us will receive a donor card in recognition of their commitment to go on standby to save a life.

Once you have received your donor card, there is nothing more you need to do for the moment. You will only be called into action if you are identified as a matching donor for someone in need. By registering... View more »
Question of the week Everyone that registers as a potential bone

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Madison Rogers
Regina Bullis
Meagan Krubeck
DKMS US
DKMS US
yesterday at 15:30. Facebook
What would you say to someone who saved your life? Boston Magazine shares the story of Mandy's meeting with Magda.
What would you say to someone who saved your life Boston Magazine

Local Leukemia Survivor Meets the Woman Who Saved Her Life

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Gia Barrera Giacchi
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/19/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
Last weekend, we were pleased to host a donor drive at the I am a Father 5k race in Atlanta, GA. The eorganization focuses on health and wellness, youth development and mentoring, and family engagement within the African-American community. We would like to thank everyone who came out to the event and signed up to become a potential bone marrow donor. Help us add more lifesavers to the... View more »
Last weekend we were pleased to host a donor drive at the

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Cayce Craft Chalk
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/19/2017 at 17:11. Facebook
Today, Stephanie Hollman, cast member on Real Housewives of Dallas, fashion blogger, and DKMS donor range our #BellofHope. Earlier this year, Stephanie was a match for a patient battling a blood cancer and donated to give someone a second chance at life.
Today Stephanie Hollman cast member on Real Housewives of Dallas fashion blogger

Stephanie Hollman rings the #BellofHope

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Shelby Tisdale
Anthony Connors
Andrea Story
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/18/2017 at 14:29. Facebook
We extend our sincere condolences to May's family and friends.
We extend our sincere condolences to May's family and friends

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Sherry Clipse
Robyn Roy
Wendy Flynn
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/17/2017 at 20:56. Facebook
***Please share: Be the hope that Kiara needs to beat her disease at dkms.org/register***

16-year-old Kiara is the oldest of 4 children, and the only girl in her family. Kiara is also a scholar. She is a raising junior in high school and is enrolled in a dual credit program. This program allows her to work towards an associate's degree in Early Childhood Development.

Earlier this year,... View more »
Please share: Be the hope that Kiara needs to beat her disease at dkms org/register

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DKMS US
DKMS US
07/17/2017 at 18:15. Facebook
In the United States, most people with sickle cell
disease (SCD) are of African ancestry. SCD affects approximately 100,000 Americans. BuzzFeed writer, Sara Bivigoucs wrote about her experience with sickle cell disease.
In the United States most people with sickle cell

The Bad Blood: My Life With Sickle Cell Anaemia

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DKMS US
DKMS US
07/17/2017 at 16:05. Facebook
On July 16, 2017, Team DKMS athletes braved the waters of the mighty Hudson River before biking along Manhattan's West Side highway and running through New York's famed Central Park in the final stage of this iconic race. Throughout it all, Team DKMS gave hope to blood cancer patients in need of bone marrow transplants by raising crucial funds for the fight against blood cancer. If you are... View more »
On July 16 2017 Team DKMS athletes braved the waters of the

2017 NYC Triathlon | Team DKMS

Keith Locker
Pam McNiff
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/17/2017 at 15:26. Facebook
Thanks to the hundreds of people who showed up to register as potential bone marrow donors. Anyone who was not able to attend the drive can register online at dkms.org/register. Let's find Nicholas a donor!
Thanks to the hundreds of people who showed up to register as

Hundreds turn out to potentially donate bone marrow to Manorville boy

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Robyn Roy
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/17/2017 at 11:04. Facebook
Time to make a brighter path for all. #MondayMotivation
Time to make a brighter path for all MondayMotivation

#MondayMotivation

Casey Hatfield
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/16/2017 at 19:14. Facebook
Today is National Ice Cream Day! We would like to give a #SmallThanks to Taylor's Ice Cream Parlor for supporting us in the fight against blood cancer. During the month of July, Taylor's Ice Cream Parlor will donate proceeds from their sales of "Strong Strawberry” Ice Cream and “Victorious Vanilla” Ice Cream in honor of our patient, Anya who is currently battling leukemia.
Today is National Ice Cream Day We would like to give a

Princess Anya Ice Cream Fundraiser

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DKMS US
DKMS US
07/16/2017 at 13:17. Facebook
We are cheering on #TEAMDKMS at this years @nyctri! Thanks to all our athletes and supporters who got up early to help #deletebloodcancer.
We are cheering on TEAMDKMS at this years nyctri Thanks to all

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Kate Nierengarten
Michael Nierengarten
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/15/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
This year, ask for a birthday gift that can save lives. Donate your birthday to DKMS and you can help us delete blood cancer. Thanks to Facebook fundraisers you can help patients who are fighting blood cancers like leukemia and other deadly diseases. Select DKMS US as your non-profit and start fundraising.

Facebook Fundraisers

DKMS US
DKMS US
07/14/2017 at 20:32. Facebook
Not all superheroes wear capes!

In spring of 2015, Blizzard Juno created treacherous road conditions and a travel ban in much of the Northeast. But that didn’t stop Alfred Howard. He was ready, willing, and able to do what was needed to help a stranger he never before. He did what he needed to make his bone marrow donation on schedule. There was a lot of teamwork involved, and once the... View more »
Not all superheroes wear capes In spring of 2015 Blizzard Juno created

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Cayce Craft Chalk
Kay Sudbury
Phil Zierten
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/14/2017 at 16:31. Facebook
Recently we featured Nicholas, a three-year-old boy who is currently fighting leukemia. Thank you to the hundreds of you who responded and registered to be potential lifesavers!

Six of every 10 patients do not get a bone marrow transplant they need to survive. Together we can change that! The more people we register, the better the chance of a match being made. Every dollar we raise helps... View more »
Recently we featured Nicholas a three year old boy who is currently

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DKMS US
DKMS US
07/13/2017. Facebook
Christine Gabriel, the wife of Dominick Gabriel and founder of Gabriel & Co. Engagement Rings, Wedding Bands and Fine Jewelry, visited our office to ring the bell of hope . Christine rang the bell of hope to celebrate her win against MDS (myelodysplastic syndrome). When Christine was first diagnosed, she had a short window to find a bone marrow donor. Dominick, along with his family and the... View more »
Christine Gabriel the wife of Dominick Gabriel and founder of Gabriel Co

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Robin St Pierre
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/13/2017. Facebook
***Question of the week***

Our Donors do not get paid for bone marrow donation. We do cover costs such travel, food and medical tests leading up to the donation, as well as follow-up medical care. If your employer does not provide paid time off for donation, DKMS has a financial assistance program for lost wages compensation. If you qualify for assistance, your coordinator will give you more... View more »
Question of the week Our Donors do not get paid for

Frequently Asked Questions

Lee Ann Colvin Humble
Tammera Gordineer
Toni Shirley
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/13/2017. Facebook
Eat what you love and #DeleteBloodCancer with Chipotle Mexican Grill. Join us in Dallas from 5-9pm today, show them the flyer and 50% goes towards the fight against blood cancer.
Eat what you love and DeleteBloodCancer with Chipotle Mexican Grill Join us

DKMS + Chipotle Fundraiser Dallas

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DKMS US
DKMS US
07/13/2017. Facebook
There's promising news about leukemia treatments. A Food and Drug Administration panel recommended approving a treatment that genetically alters a patient’s own cells to fight their cancer. It would be the first-ever gene therapy approved by the FDA.

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There's promising news about leukemia treatments A Food and Drug Administration panel

F.D.A. Panel Recommends Approval for Gene-Altering Leukemia Treatment

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Ronnie Goossens
Melinda Barker
Valerie Bultman
DKMS US
DKMS US
07/12/2017. Facebook
Meet Joe Brandmeyer. Joe was diagnosed with a form of Hodgkin's lymphoma in spring of 2013. After months of chemotherapy and other treatments, his doctors determined that he would need a bone marrow transplant to have the best shot at a healthy life. Thanks to the good will of a DKMS donor, a matching donor was found for Joe and it was a perfect match. He received a bone marrow transplant... View more »
Meet Joe Brandmeyer Joe was diagnosed with a form of Hodgkin's lymphoma

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Anthony Connors
Britanicita Nicolina
Meagan Harrington McQuade