Everybody’s Little Girl Turns Twelve

Based on articles in:
Yedi’ot Acharonot
Nov. 18, 2014
By: Noam Barkan and Eitan Glickman, and
Yisrael Hayom
Nov. 18, 2014
By: Chagit Ron-Rabinowitz

When Amit Kadosh was 6 years old and courageously battling leukemia, the whole country rallied in response to an Ezer Mizion campaign to find the DNA- matching bone marrow donor who could save her. Now, four years after her recovery, Amit Kadosh celebrated her Bat Mitzvah. “When I was sick, they told me that if I fight, I’ll get to my Bat Mitzvah, so I gave a big push,” she told the hundreds of teary-eyed guests, “And now – I have reached that moment.”
If Amit’s face looks familiar, it is because Amit was the poster child in the huge campaign organized by Ezer Mizion to stimulate an influx of new bone marrow registrants. That dapr amit kodosh bat mitzvah prey 64,000 (!) samples were collected to be genetically tested. Continue reading Everybody’s Little Girl Turns Twelve