Goffstown toddler's family hopes for a Christmas miracle
While many young children are looking forward to the holiday season, 2-year-old Aybel Martin is preparing for another round of chemotherapy and praying he might be able to spend Christmas Day at home rather than in the hospital.
Aybel, who was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia in April, is relying on a bone marrow match and transplant to survive, according to Harris.
Katharina Harf, co-founder of Delete Blood Cancer, is trying to educate the public about the importance of bone marrow donors.
“My appreciation goes out to everyone who is working to find Aybel a donor, and for everyone who shows up on Saturday to get swabbed — especially the complete strangers who are supporting us right now,” she said.
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