“Joe Donor” travels the
“Joe Donor” travels the world impregnating any woman who’ll have him, and proudly boasts he’s already fathered more than 100 children. Australia is his latest stopover, but instead of welcoming his helping hand, fertility experts here warn that Joe is a potentially dangerous public health risk with questionable motives.
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One man opens up about his
One man opens up about his journey and decision to become a bone marrow donor, and Dr. Jennifer Ashton appears live on "GMA" to answer questions about what becoming a donor involves.
Do they pay you? All i want is a stone oven sandwich
My sister had leukemia 6 years ago. And was just diagnosed with another form of leukemia. She was treated without a bone marrow transplant. Now that she has got leukemia a second time. The doctors believe she needs a bone marrow Transplant. I hope I’m a match.
forget the bone marrow, what about that yummy blond nurse at 044, i want to be her donor
Sent in my swab kit just two days ago. Nothing on this blue planet will stop me from donating if I match someone and get the go ahead. If I get matched with someone, then to save their life is the reason I was put on this floating marble.
I just found out that heart transplant patients can't donate bone marrow, so unfortunately I can't donate. But hopefully more people decide to do this!