Thank you to everyone who called in to our telethon Thursday -- we helped raise more than $34,000 for Be The Match!
Daniel Kaplan talks about the ups and the downs of his 4-year-old son's bone marrow transplant.
Joshua Strait, a medical student, talks about why he chose to become a bone marrow donor.
Bone marrow donor Toby Oswalt talked about the rewarding experience of having saved a stranger's life.
Bill Harper talks about receiving a bone marrow transplant after finding out he got sick.
Meet Be The Match telethon volunteers Kristi Bray and Liz Heihart, whose dad had non-hodgkin's lymphoma, received a bone marrow transplant with the help of Be The Match.
Oregon Health and Sciences University financial counselor Melanie Bobbett explains the costs of marrow transplants.
Even though time is running out for them, a Beaverton couple that exemplifies true love is encouraging you to donate to Be The Match.
When Emma Aanderud was diagnosed with Myeloid Leukemia last September, the 15-year-old's world shrank to the size of hospital room.
KATU's Ian Parker introduces us to Tyler Vanpelt, who is suffering from Leukemia. He said he hasn't let cancer change his outlook on life.
A little boy's cancer fight documented by his family online.
When Dalton was only 11 months old, he was diagnosed with severe combined immune-deficiency (SCIDS), a life-threatening blood disorder with, in Dalton’s case, only one cure: a bone marrow transplant.
Hundreds gathered Sunday morning to raise awareness of bone marrow registration for the Be The Match organization.
A Medford radio DJ turned to Be the Match for a bone marrow transplant after undergoing threatment for leukemia.
Doernbecher Children's Hospital patients unable to attend this weekend's Be The Match Walk and Run mustered their strength Tuesday and walked the halls to celebrate donors and staff.