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FAIR FIGHT FOR ALL

Give a blood cancer patient the kiss of life.

The world is
a colourful place

Let's keep it that way
Let's keep it that way
Let's keep it that way
Let's keep it that way
Let's keep it that way

Anyone can get blood cancer, but not everyone has the same chance of survival. Patients who need a stem cell transplant require a donor of the same ethnicity. But right now, 70% of all registered donors are white, even though roughly 88% of the world’s population is not.

With your help, we can give all patients a better chance of finding their life-saving match.

70,1 % — WHITE 15,2 % — ASIAN
4,8 % — OTHER 4,8 % — UNKNOWN
1,4 % — BLACK 1,3 % — ARAB
1,0 % — FIRST NATIONS 0,9 % — HISPANIC
0,4 % — METIS 0,4 % — JEWISH
Composition of stem cell donor registries in Canada (Hema-Quebec and Canadian Blood Services, 2017)
Become a donor
Become a donor
Become a donor
Become a donor
Become a donor

Give a blood
cancer patient the
kiss of life

Your stem cells are bored Send them on a wild ride.
So tiny, yet so crucial

FIND OUT HOW THEY CAN MAKE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE

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