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Cascade High grad donates bone marrow to stranger with cancer

Aug 2016 MEDIA COVERAGE
One day last November, Michael Cizek walked out of a library on the University of Florida campus. The Cascade High School graduate was greeted by a fellow student who had a question. "Hey, can you do this cheek swab?" he was asked. The procedure is part of a registration program through Gift of Life.
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CLASS OF 2016 OUTCOMES: LINDSAY KATZ RUNS BONE MARROW DRIVES

Aug 2016 MEDIA COVERAGE
Katz accepted a position as a Community Engagement Coordinator with Gift of Life, a registry for bone marrow donors, in Washington, D.C. The organization exists to increase the number of participants on the bone marrow registry and facilitate bone marrow transplants for cancer patients.
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Donating bone marrow: why it's so important

Aug 2016 MEDIA COVERAGE
Every four minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with a type of blood cancer. But all hope isn't lost -- those lives could be saved with a bone marrow transplant.
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Bone marrow recipient meets donor who saved his life

Aug 2016 MEDIA COVERAGE
Imagine meeting for the very first person the person who saved your life. That is exactly what happened this evening at the Boca Raton Marriott at Boca Center, when a bone marrow transplant donor and the young recipient met for the first time.
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UF student donates bone marrow to save a life

Jul 2016 MEDIA COVERAGE
Somewhere in the U.S., a 52-year-old man sat waiting, hoping a random person somewhere in the world might be able to save his life. Leukemia was killing him, and he was in need of a bone marrow transplant — without it, he’d likely die. Meanwhile, in suburban Seattle, Michael Cizek’s phone lit up with an unknown number.
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Jay Feinberg presents at the One-to-One Global Forum

Jun 2016 MEDIA COVERAGE
Jay Feinberg make a presentation at the June 20, 2016 One to One Global Forum held at the New York Public Library, and sponsored by the Bronfman Center, the United Nations Foundation, Harper Publishing, and the Global Education and Leadership Foundation.
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