When in college at Oklahoma Christian University, Sean and some friends registered as bone marrow donors.
This spring, Sean joined the one percent of matches. For months Sean underwent multiple blood tests to confirm his eligibility to donate. Once finally approved, he received daily injections for five days before the donation. Then he flew to Washington, D.C., to make the donation that could save the life of someone with blood cancer.
This holiday season, consider the life-saving gift you could give to someone with blood cancer. Register to become a bone marrow donor. Read the full story here.