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Your SPIT can delete blood cancer from India || Blood cancer awareness [Video]

Your SPIT can delete blood cancer from India || Blood cancer awareness

Register as a donor: https://www.dkms-bmst.org/get-involved/become-a-donor

In this video, Abhi and Niyu address the issue of blood cancer in India. A new patient is diagnosed with blood cancer every 5 minutes. On an average India registers 8 lakh cases of blood cancer every year. India ranks 3rd in global cases of Blood cancer – just behind China and USA. Blood cancer is treatable given the patient finds a suitable stem cell donor. Unfortunately, India lacks a proper database of HLA typing. In this video, you learn how you can be a part of the solution to this problem.

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00:00 Intro
00:39 Blood cancer in India
02:42 How to be a stem cell donor?
04:49 You can improve India’s healthcare
05:26 Conclusion
06:14 Why this video?

A video by Abhiraj Rajadhyaksha & Niyati Mavinkurve

About Us:
Abhi and Niyu is the fastest growing Indian educational YouTube channel. Abhi and Niyu are a husband-wife couple who believe in the power of our youth.

Abhi and Niyu started their page to talk about positive, impactful ideas and to inspire offline action from online content. It was a way to change the way our negative feeds operated

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Bellevue man steps into his brother's pedals for Fred Hutch's Obliteride [Video]

Though there's a 13-year difference between Matt Hooper and his oldest brother Chris, the two siblings shared a strong bond."It's hard to describe him. Warm, sweet, witty. He had the best jokes and whether it was at your expense or his, he was going to get that last joke in," Matt said.But 13 years ago, Chris received news that was no laughing matter."He told me in 2009, a short time after he found out himself, he was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, which is a blood cancer, blood disease," Matt said. "I got the opportunity to test myself right away and I was a perfect match for him. I donated my stem cells. I was able to donate to him a few months after he told me about his diagnosis."Matt's lifesaving gift and medical treatment added more than a decade to Chris’s life. But just weeks before he was to start a new treatment, his brother lost the fight."Being that close is hard to accept and 13 years is not enough time. With that said though, the more research that can be done you know, the more time we can all get with our loved ones."To honor Chris and help future cancer breakthroughs, Matt is riding in Fred Hutch's annual fundraiser, Obilterride."He would be extremely supportive of this and want to be right there. If he couldn't ride he'd be wanting to be cheering us on for sure."But Matt won't be riding just any bike. He'll be riding his brother Chris’s."It's a Peugeot, a classic steel frame. And it's a tank. And he rode that bike on the Seattle to Portland race back in the 80s in one day," Matt recalled. "One thing about Chris is he lived in the moment, he never told me, you know, 'Why did I get this disease? How come it happened to me?' That inspired me. And so, I said no, no more excuses. This is a perfect opportunity to ride for Fred Hutch, to ride for Chris."So while biking may be a solo sport, at Obliteride, Matt will be riding for two."I'm going to ride it with four feet on the pedals. His and mine."The 10th annual Fred Hutch Obliteride is Saturday, August 13-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Evening on KING 5 celebrates the Northwest. Watch it LIVE weekdays at 7:30 on KING 5 or streaming on https://www.king5.com. Find more stories like this on our website: king5.com/evening🢒 Follow us! 🢐FACEBOOK 🢒 https://www.facebook.com/KING5Evening/TWITTER 🢒 https://twitter.com/king5eveningINSTAGRAM 🢒 https://www.instagram.com/king5evening/