Dr. Rani spent many years caring for her patients as an internist and gastroenterologist. She is a founding member of the India Literacy Project and volunteers with Hand In Hand USA. After all these years of compassionate service, Dr. Rani now needs your help.

Dr. Rani has been diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndrome, MDS which is a blood disorder. She now needs a marrow/stem cell transplant from another person, but unfortunately she has yet to find a match. Her best chance of finding a match is within her own race.

Please register so that she can continue to care for her patients!

Ekata is a vibrant and beautiful daughter, sister and friend to many. In January 2010, she began to experience symptoms of an underlying condition. It was not until May 2011, when she was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL).

Despite these efforts over the past year, her recent blood tests have shown signs of CLL mutating into a more serious condition, Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL).

If this transformation happens, she will need a marrow/blood stem cell transplant to give her a fighting chance!


Chirag is a kind husband, doting brother, caring friend and the hero to his daughters, 8 year old Armana and 6 year old Ariana. He was diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) in July, 2012.

His best chance of overcoming this dreaded disease is by finding a matching marrow/blood stem cell donor. His greatest probability of finding this donor is within his own racial and ethnic background.


You can offer Chigi a precious gift and a chance to live out his life as his daughters’ hero!


Samiah, a beautiful 13 year old of South Asian descent, was only 11 when she was diagnosed with a rare type of Aplastic anemia. She is an avid reader and swimmer and just like most girls her age, loves to go shopping in her spare time.She is in desperate need of a bone marrow match and it is important that we locate that person immediately. The family has exhausted every possible lead within their own family and is now asking the community for assistance.