PGA professional David was thrilled to donate and safe a life
In the fall of 2003, David’s wife Charisse noticed a lump behind her right ear. What followed was months of tests and biopsies until, eventually, she was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. She was told that the cancer was treatable but not curable, unless she had a bone marrow transplant. After undergoing a variety of treatments over the course of eight years, including an autologous transplant using her own cells, it was recommended that her only remaining treatment option was a transplant with cells from an anonymous donor. Charisse recently met her donor and continues to heal physically, emotionally, and spiritually every day.