Nope. It’s the just whole plain truth. Why? Don’t worry it is not a question of quality, but quantity. By being on average larger, men can give more stem cells. They also offer better patient outcomes post-transplant, for a variety of reasons that pertain to how immune reactions occur.

Guys, don’t miss your chance to give life!

Other Questions

Worldwide donor registry?

What’s this umbilical cord business?

What if I say no?

What are the odds of actually donating stem cells?

Can I give to a specific person?

How bad is it for ethnic groups?

Age restrictions? But whyyyy?

Is it going to hurt?

How does donating work?

Bone marrow, stem cells, spinal cord: what’s the diff?

What diseases can be treated by stem cells?