March 14, 2011, 16 year old Abigale Hamlin, was diagnosed with AML, Acute Myelongenous Leukemia. She spent 6 months in Seattle Children’s Hospital battling for her life. In remission, she returned home and started her senior year of high school. Abigale was determined to graduate with her class, maintain her duties as ASB President, play varsity volleyball, basketball, and softball. You know, be a kid!
February 9th, we learned Abigale’s leukemia is back. She needs a bone marrow transplant.
This is where every single one of you can help! We need to find a donor! With the help of the National Bone Marrow Registry, everyone between the ages of 18 - 60 years of age can register please become a  donor, completely free of charge!
EVERY single day, 46 children are diagnosed with cancer. 1 in 5 of these children will die.Childhood cancer is responsible for killing more children and teenagers every year than any other disease. Please join me in raising awareness of childhood cancer and take action to make a difference in a life of a child, by registering in the National Bone Marrow Registry EVERY single day, 46 children are diagnosed with cancer. 1 in 5 of these children will die. Childhood cancer is responsible for killing more children and teenagers every year than any other disease. Please join me in raising awareness of childhood cancer and take action to make a difference in a life of a child, by registering in the National Marrow Registry! It's FREE! It only takes a few minutes! Join the Registry and a swab kit will be sent to your home. All you do is swab your cheek and return in the postage paid envelope. That's it! If you are lucky, you will be someone's match. You will give a child HOPE. Please join! Five minutes of your time. That's it!!! we have a goal of registering 1000 people!...Gooooo Team

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