He Donated Bone Marrow To a Stranger, Then They Became Like Brothers

In, Larry Wilson was driving when he received the shocking news from doctors that he had been diagnosed with Leukemia. After 8-months of chemotherapy, doctors told Wilson that the only chance of long-term survival would be a bone marrow transplant. But no one was found on the donor list match for Wilson’s DNA for a successful transplant. Two years later, his central nervous system relapsed, so he needed an immediate bone marrow transplant. This time he got a match from Germany. A complete stranger Johann Beissal donated his bone marrow and saved Wilson’s life. Since then, they are like brothers and their bond is powerful than anything!

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