Texas State Updates: Marrow donor

On-campus marrow registry drive
led to life-saving gift by student

The “Be the Match” bone-marrow registration drives at Texas State continue to produce results.

As donor Clayton Rippstein, a 2009 graduate, described it in this video, “it’s one of the greatest ways one human can help another.”

Rippstein was inspired to register by one of his professors, Dr. Lawrence Estaville, a cancer survivor who leads the Texas State CAMCO (Campus Advocacy Movement for Colleges and Outreach).

Learn more about the national “Be the Match” program at Marrow.org, and find out dates for the next campus drive at the Texas State CAMCO website.

2 responses to “Texas State Updates: Marrow donor

  1. thnx bro

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