123 Register for Bone Marrow Registry


Thank you to everyone who participated in the Antioch University New England bone marrow registry drives held on March 27 and March 31. With your help we added one hundred, twenty-three names to the registry. We are proud to report that our numbers far exceed the average drive. Visit the DKMS America web site to see ANE’s results posted!


Special thanks to drive coordinators Ellen Keech and Natalie Milano (left). Also many thanks to our staff and student volunteers, the marriage and family therapy classes of 2009 and 2010, and our AmeriCorps students who preregistered donors and answered questions at the information table during the weeks of the drives as well as assisting on the days of the drives.

This is indeed “Antioch cares at its best.”

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