Save Imri!

 

Are you are descendant of Eastern Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Armenia or Georgia? You may be a match for Imri!

 

Two year-old Imri Chai was born with an extremely rare bone marrow disorder. Without a bone marrow transplant, Imri's chances of survival are dismal. Despite a search of the Ezer Mizion Bone Marrow Registry and other registries across the globe, no match has been found!

 

On May 19, Ezer Mizion, the world's largest Jewish bone marrow registry, will conduct a targeted swabbing campaign throughout Israel to find Imri's match. If you are descendant of Eastern Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Armenia or Georgia and between the age of 18 and 45 AND have never been swabbed by any registry,

please click here to request a swabbing kit.

 

If you do not meet the criteria to be swabbed, you can still help Imri by sponsoring DNA swabs. At $50 per DNA test kit, YOU could be sponsoring the swab that will give Imri what his parents desire most for their beautiful two year-old son: LIFE!


Join us for as little as $50 – the cost of one DNA test kit – you could save IMRI'S LIFE!! Donate below:

 


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Ezer Mizion's Bone Marrow Donor Registry is the largest Jewish registry in the world. Because donors and recipients need to be genetically compatible, Jewish patients generally require Jewish stem cell donors. The Registry is a vital resource for thousands of Jewish patients and serves as a safety net for Jews everywhere. Our goal is to expand the registry so that we will be able to provide a match for every Jewish patient in need of a stem cell transplant.

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