nbmtLINK – So Lucky To Serve You

Mar 14, 2022Partners

We feel so fortunate to take this journey with you. We wish you warmer days and brighter tomorrows as we welcome spring.

We would love to ask for more pearls, as we celebrate our pearl anniversary, 30 years of linking and caring. Send us your best advice (50 words or less) for new transplant and CAR T-cell therapy patients and caregivers and we will enter you for the chance to win a new Caregiver book. (We will use your first name only IF you indicate you want your advice to be credited. Otherwise, your quote will be anonymous.)

Email your entry by March 17th at 5 pm to info@nbmtlink.org and be sure to include your postal mailing address. Good Luck!

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