Dallas-area Teen in Need of Transplant Asks High School Classmates to Become Bone-marrow Donors

DUNCANVILLE — David Mojica, 14, spent his lunch hour Thursday walking around his school cafeteria, asking his fellow students if they could save his life.In exchange, he offered a chocolate-chip cookie. Or a glazed donut.Last year, a blood test revealed David had aplastic anemia, a rare and life-threatening blood disorder. The May 2018 diagnosis quickly put David in desperate need of a bone-marrow transplant.“You can not only help me, but you can help others,” David said to students as he went from table to table urging them to register as bone marrow donors.  Continue reading...

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