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Mixed Match – Raising Awareness about the Need for Multi-Ethnic Donors

Mixed Match is an inspirational, emotional, and evocative feature-length documentary by multi award-winning filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns that explores the need to find mixed ethnicity bone marrow and cord blood donors to donate to multiethnic patients suffering from life threatening blood diseases such as leukemia.  This live action and animated film is a dramatic journey focusing on the main characters’ struggles to survive against incredible odds.

Mixed Match is an important human story told from the perspective of youth who are forced to discover their identities through their deadly illnesses and how their mixed backgrounds threaten their chances at survival, thus highlighting why in this day and age, race still matters.

With the help of Mixed Marrow and first-hand stories from patients and their supporters, we hope to spread awareness about the need for multiethnic donors worldwide.

Please help support the production of the latest feature-length documentary by filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns. Mixed Match is a film that explores the challenges faced by multiethnic patients with rare blood diseases such as leukemia. An IndieGoGo campaign has been launched to help raise funds to cover the cost of production and post-production of the film. Please donate to receive some great perks at http://www.indiegogo.com/mixed-match As well, please help the Mixed Match team spread the word about this important cause.

Click the link to support this cause! www.indiegogo.com/mixed-match

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