Susie Rabaca, with her 4 year old daughter, needs bone marrow transplant to help with the treatment of leukemia.(Fox 1…
A California mother of three because they are feeding twins in the coming weeks are looking for a bone marrow donor to help save their lives. Susie Rabaca, 36, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) in September, and only her sister proved to be a partial donor camp, Fox reported.
Acute myeloid leukemia begins in the bone marrow and moves into the bloodstream, and may spread to other parts of the body including lymph nodes and other organs. According to the American Cancer Society, 2018 new 60,000 new cases of leukemia will be diagnosed in the United States. Of these, approximately 19,520 cases will be AML.
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“Finding my match is all for me so I can be here for the three children I have and the two I’m on my way, that’s all , “Rabaca, Carson, told the news release. “It’s so simple, there is no painful procedure, there’s no surgery, it just swells on your mouth and it’s as easy as a blood pull, and you can save someone’s life, if not mine, someone else.
Rabaca will be born on December 6, and a doctor will drive for the transplant to occur soon after. She said she leans on the support of her children and relatives of strength, referring to her 4-year-old daughter as her “Little Rock.”
FAMILY FOLLOWS “CHEATED” AFTER 20 YEARS DEATH DEATH  “There are 30 million people registered on BeTheMatch.org and none of them are my match so what I need people to do is join and send you a kit, a little water spray for your mouth, send it back and if you’re my match it’s as easy as a blood dragon and it might save my life, “she told the news.