DONOR & HERO: John C. Frierson

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John C. Frierson of Detroit registered at a drive hosted at his church for a local fire fighter in October 2002.  Six months later he was chosen to save the life of a two-year old boy. 

The bone marrow transplant was successfully completed in June 2003.  The process was so non-evasive that John was inspired to share the critical need for minorities (especially African Americans) to join the National Marrow Donor Program – NMDP (Be the Match) registry using an innovative outreach approach that meets the target group in convenient places they frequent most! He started an organization and has since recruited more than 1000 potential donors and educated more than 3000 minorities about the need to join the registry. More…

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