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Milford for Justin : 6 year old searches for Bone Marrow Match

Justin was diagnosed with T-Cell Acute Lymphatic Lymphoma in March of 2009, one day after he turned 6 years old. Since then Justin has undergone chemotherapy and radiation treatment to help fight his battle against cancer.

Justin was doing good until about a month ago, when he had a relapse. Doctors currently say his best change for remission and beating cancer is high dose chemotherapy followed by a bone marrow transplant.

Which is where you come in! Justin is looking for a bone marrow donor. Normally to get on the registry it is a $50 fee along with a cheek swab and the registry paperwork. This Wednesday in Milford the fee will be waived for anyone who attends this special registry clinic in the name of little Justin.

Wednesday March 31st, from 3:30pm to 7:30pm at Live Oaks Elementary School, located at 575 Merwin Ave, Milford, CT. 06460.

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Danielle Elwood

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