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B.C. man’s search for a stem cell match highlights a dire shortage of mixed-race donors

VANCOUVER—In 2010, Victoria resident Jeremy Chow saw a commercial on TV about the need for stem cell donors from ethnic minorities in Canada.

“At that age I’m healthy, I’m playing sports, so I put myself out there and I applied to get a swab kit,” said Chow, who was 33 when he submitted the swab sample and officially registered as a stem cell donor.

Read more by Cherise Seucharan Star Vancouver Jenny PengStar Vancouver

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