REGISTER TO BE A BONE MARROW DONOR!

Thank you for visiting and for your willingness to help!  Getting screened to be a bone marrow donor is super EASY, in most countries it’s normally just a swab of your mouth with a Q-tip. Order your FREE testing kit using the links below.

flag-of-united-kingdom United Kingdom            flag-of-korea-south Korea

flag-of-united-states-of-america USA (18-44yrs)              flag-of-united-states-of-america USA (44-55yrs)

WORLDWIDE REGISTRIES:

flag-of-australia Australia                          flag-of-malaysia Malaysia

flag-of-canada Canada                            flag-of-netherlands Netherlands

flag-of-china China                               flag-of-new-zealand New Zealand

flag-of-denmark Denmark                         flag-of-denmark Norway

flag-of-france France                             flag-of-singapore Singapore

flag-of-germany Germany                        flag-of-south-africa South Africa

flag-of-china Hong Kong                     flag-of-sweden Sweden

flag-of-italy Italy                                 flag-of-switzerland Switzerland

flag-of-japan Japan                               flag-of-taiwan Taiwan

Your country isn’t listed above?

  • Find your country bone marrow registry – CLICK HERE

OTHER WAYS TO HELP:

1,  Help organise a screening event near you (your workplace, school, church, etc). We are working with volunteer organisations around the world to support events and bring screening kits, administer tests, collect samples, discuss bone marrow transplant, etc.  Please contact us if you can host!

2,  Spread the word!  The more people that know and get screened, the better.  Please link us on social media:

18 thoughts on “REGISTER TO BE A BONE MARROW DONOR!

  • My family and I will sign up for the registry in Hong Kong today. Will say a prayer to Ally at church tomorrow. Keep fighting on Ally!

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  • may I know if there is an age eligibility criteria? I’m a 15 year old Chinese from Singapore 🙂 I’ll inform my family too. If I cannot help, I’ll pray for Ally to get well soon! Hope you find a donor 💓

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  • I am a Korean-American student living in Seoul. I would love to screen and register but I still have trouble reading Korean and the Korean websites aren’t very clear as to where I can go to register. Is there any English foreigner-friendly places where I can go?

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    • Dear Xiafan, thank you so much for wanting to help Ally! In Korea, the main marrow registry is KMDP and they have an English website:
      http://www.kmdp.or.kr/shop/indexe.php
      Also, we will be starting activity in Korea soon, with screening events all around Seoul, keep watching the webpage!
      Otherwise, an American, you could order a kit from one of the US organisations to a US address if you go back and forth. All the databases are linked, so if you get screened in 1 country, other countries can still check for matches. Thank you again!!!!

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  • Both me and my bf (Chinese) have just registered to DKMS, awaiting our swabs now. We also live in Oxford, let me know if you need any help!!

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  • I was a student of Oxford Materials. I am Chinese. I will order the kit today. Hope I can help. And I will spread the word. Keep fighting!

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    • Dear Cheng, many thanks for getting registered and joining Ally’s Fight against CGD! If you have a chance, when you get your kit, post your best swab/spit face on Twitter (@AllysFight) for the SWAB CHALLENGE =) Thank you again!!!!!

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    • Dear Eric, thats awesome!!! thank you! when you get your kit, if you can join #SwabChallenge and post a silly picture of you doing your test on our twitter @allysfight that would fantastic! pls keep spreading the word =) thank you thank you again!!!!

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  • Hi I am 100% Korean living in London
    I have registered and waiting for swab now..
    Hope I can help your little one … if there’s anything I can help to make Ally and also others to get well, please let me know.. I really would like to help.. I will pray for Ally and for others whose also suffering same illness…

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