...but were he white it would be a different story. Jerome Taylor reports on the racial lottery for patients in need of transplantsIndependent article.Ten-year-old amun Ali desperately needs a bone marrow transplant. If he were white, the likelihood of his finding a life-saving match would be one in three. But he is Asian so his chances are closer to one in 125,000.
125,000/1 against: this boy's chances of finding a bone marrow donor... - Health News, Health & Families - The Independent
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