Blogs tagged under "Donors"


Bombay blood group is one of the rarest blood groups found. It is so rare that it's frequency is about 4 in 1 million. Click the link to read more.

Posted by: Cure2Children

Check-out this video on need for voluntary blood donation for thalassemia patients that we found on YouTube.

Posted by: Cure2Children

Bone marrow transplant (BMT) is the only definitive cure for thalassemia. It plays a great role in improving the quality of life for both patients and their families through decreasing medical, psychological, and financial burdens of conventional continuous treatment. Find out the significance of BMT here.


At Cure2Children, offering the possibility of a cure to children suffering from life-threatening blood disorders is our top priority. A cure means, bone marrow transplantation from a healthy sibling to the sibling in need. Yet we too often receive inquiries from families with only one child or with siblings that are not compatible, and are therefore these families are left with little hope. But, what if every mother could be a donor for her child? At Cure2Children we are dedicating ourselves to making maternal bone marrow an option.


At Cure2Children we believe that every child has the right to the best standards of care. We are committed to ensuring that children with severe blood diseases like leukemia, thalassemia, and sickle cell have access to an affordable cure locally. While there have milestones ahead, take a look at what we accomplished in 2012.

Posted by: Cure2Children