Bella Sanchez, a little girl only two years on December 28, has been fighting leukemia since she was seven months old; the battle he leads every day and who can win a bone marrow transplant.
As part of a search for a compatible donor, she and other childhood cancer patients turned to Be The Match Registry, a nonprofit organization that is considered the world leader in bone marrow transplantation, whose representatives register donors by the end of the year. January 31 in central Alameda, this capital.
The team, which can be identified by blue shirts from 11:00 to 17:00, is looking for people between 18 and 44 years of age who are interested in helping and registering as potential donors in the registry, which can give them a new duration of life. Bella and other patients like her.
Demand for donors will also be held on 26 and 27 January in Chihuahua, in the Exhibition and Congress Center, and in Veracruz will be held at the fifteenth edition of the half marathon.
Data from the World Health Organization (WHO) show that childhood cancer has grown by 13% over the past 20 years worldwide, with leukemia being the most common, hence the importance of fighting this disease.
Be The Match Registry runs the largest and most diverse bone marrow registry in the world; It has 20 million registered donors and has facilitated 92,000 bone marrow transplants in the world.