Are you a descendant of Eastern Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Armenia or Georgia? You may be a match for Imri!
Two-year-old Imri Chai has an extremely rare bone marrow disorder. Imri needs a bone marrow transplant to survive but first a match must be found.
Ezer Mizion, the world’s largest Jewish bone marrow registry, is working tirelessly to find the match that can save Imri’s life!
Request a DNA swab kit at saveimri.com and help save Imri!
This targeted drive is for those of Eastern Turkish, Azerbaijani, Iraqi, Armenian or Georgian descent only, between the ages of 18 and 45, and who have never been swabbed by any registry.
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