Clementine is the beautiful daughter of Tanner and Tim Blackham. Clementine has recently been diagnosed with an extraordinarily rare and newly discovered genetic mutation, and is the first female to have ever been diagnosed with this mutation.
She is in need of finding her genetic twin that can provide her with a second chance at life with a bone marrow transplant. Clementine will be undergoing a high dose of chemotherapy to wipe out her immune system before she is able to go into the transplant, and the family is asking for prayers and support as they embark on this journey to find Clementine's perfect match.
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DKMS is an international not for profit organization dedicated to the fight against blood cancer and blood disorders by: creating awareness; recruiting bone marrow donors to provide a second chance at life; raising funds to match donor registration costs; supporting the improvement of therapies through research; and supporting patients from day one of their diagnoses.