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CANCER-DAY/ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS
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February 04, 2021 
Palestinian cancer patient Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, who had a bone marrow transplant, shows a part of her... 
Rafah, Palestinian Territories 
World Cancer Day 
Palestinian cancer patient Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, who had a bone marrow transplant, shows a part of her hair which she lost due to chemotherapy, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip February 2, 2021. Picture taken February 2, 2021. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CANCER-DAY/ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS
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February 04, 2021 
Palestinian cancer patients Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, and her sister Ghena, 10, who both had bone marrow transplants,... 
Rafah, Palestinian Territories 
World Cancer Day 
Palestinian cancer patients Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, and her sister Ghena, 10, who both had bone marrow transplants, buy fruits with their father in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip February 2, 2021. Picture taken February 2, 2021. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
CANCER-DAY/ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS
RTX8X1Z9 
February 04, 2021 
Palestinian cancer patient Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, who had a bone marrow transplant, plays on a swing in... 
Rafah, Palestinian Territories 
World Cancer Day 
Palestinian cancer patient Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, who had a bone marrow transplant, plays on a swing in a park, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip February 2, 2021. Picture taken February 2, 2021. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
CANCER-DAY/ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS
RTX8X1ZA 
February 04, 2021 
Palestinian cancer patient Ghena Al-Mabhouh, 10, who had a bone marrow transplant, is reflected in a... 
Rafah, Palestinian Territories 
World Cancer Day 
Palestinian cancer patient Ghena Al-Mabhouh, 10, who had a bone marrow transplant, is reflected in a mirror as she combs her hair in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip February 2, 2021. Picture taken February 2, 2021. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
CANCER-DAY/ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS
RTX8X1X0 
February 04, 2021 
Palestinian cancer patients Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, and her sister Ghena, 10, who both had bone marrow transplants,... 
Rafah, Palestinian Territories 
World Cancer Day 
Palestinian cancer patients Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, and her sister Ghena, 10, who both had bone marrow transplants, play on swings in a park in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip February 2, 2021. Picture taken February 2, 2021. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
CANCER-DAY/ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS
RTX8X1X1 
February 04, 2021 
Palestinian cancer patients Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, and her sister Ghena, 10, who both had bone marrow transplants,... 
Rafah, Palestinian Territories 
World Cancer Day 
Palestinian cancer patients Tala Al-Mabhouh, 11, and her sister Ghena, 10, who both had bone marrow transplants, walk with their father in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip February 2, 2021. Picture taken February 2, 2021. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa 
VALENTINES-DAY/MELANIA
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February 14, 2019 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump works with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of Mombasa,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes Valentine’s Day visit at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes... 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump works with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of Mombasa, Kenya, during a Valentine’s Day visit with young patients at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., February 14, 2019. Amani is preparing for a bone marrow transplant. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
VALENTINES-DAY/MELANIA
RTX6MSM4 
February 14, 2019 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes Valentine’s Day visit at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes... 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of Mombasa, Kenya, during a Valentine’s Day visit with young patients at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., February 14, 2019. Amani is preparing for a bone marrow transplant. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
VALENTINES-DAY/MELANIA
RTX6MSLR 
February 14, 2019 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump gets a hug while making candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes Valentine’s Day visit at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes... 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump gets a hug while making candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of Mombasa, Kenya, during a Valentine’s Day visit with young patients at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., February 14, 2019. Amani is preparing for a bone marrow transplant. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
VALENTINES-DAY/MELANIA
RTX6MSL8 
February 14, 2019 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump gets a hug while making candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes Valentine’s Day visit at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes... 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump gets a hug while making candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of Mombasa, Kenya, during a Valentine’s Day visit with young patients at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., February 14, 2019. Amani is preparing for a bone marrow transplant. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
VALENTINES-DAY/MELANIA
RTX6MSK2 
February 14, 2019 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes Valentine’s Day visit at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes... 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of Mombasa, Kenya, during a Valentine’s Day visit with young patients at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., February 14, 2019. Amani is preparing for a bone marrow transplant. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
VALENTINES-DAY/MELANIA
RTX6MSJT 
February 14, 2019 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes Valentine’s Day visit at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes... 
U.S. first lady Melania Trump makes candygrams with 13-year-old sickle cell disease sufferer Amani, of Mombasa, Kenya, during a Valentine’s Day visit with young patients at the Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S., February 14, 2019. Amani is preparing for a bone marrow transplant. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9OH 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (R), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh leave... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Cancer patient Maziar Hashemi and his wife Fereshteh leave in an elevator after meeting with his transplant... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (R), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh leave in an elevator after meeting with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9O7 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Cancer patient Maziar Hashemi and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor in Boston... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9NP 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Cancer patient Maziar Hashemi and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor in Boston... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9NC 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh get a... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Cancer patient Maziar Hashemi and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor in Boston... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh get a snack while waiting to meet with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9N3 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (R), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh leave... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Cancer patient Maziar Hashemi and his wife Fereshteh leave after meeting with his transplant doctor in... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (R), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh leave after meeting with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9MZ 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Patient Maziar Hashemi, who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait after... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait after meeting with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9MT 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Patient Maziar Hashemi, who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait after... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait after meeting with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9ML 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh talk... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Patient Maziar Hashemi, who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh talk after... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh talk after meeting with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9MF 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (R), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Cancer patient Maziar Hashemi and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor in Boston... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (R), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-IMMIGRATION/TRAVELBAN
RTX5E9LO 
March 27, 2018 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
Cancer patient Maziar Hashemi and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor in Boston... 
Patient Maziar Hashemi (L), who has the cancer Myelodysplastic syndrome, and his wife Fereshteh wait to meet with his transplant doctor at a hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., March 26, 2018. Hashemi's brother in Iran is a perfect match for a bone-marrow stem-cell transplant, but it is uncertain if his brother can travel to the U.S. from Iran for the procedure because of the travel ban restrictions. Picture taken March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
USA-PUERTORICO/TRANSPLANTS
RTS5Q7U 
October 22, 2015 
People walk in a corridor of the Bone Marrow Transplant Center at the hospital Auxilio Mutuo in San Juan,... 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 
People walk in a corridor of the Bone Marrow Transplant Center at the hospital Auxilio Mutuo in San Juan... 
People walk in a corridor of the Bone Marrow Transplant Center at the hospital Auxilio Mutuo in San Juan, October 20, 2015. Puerto Rico is trying to build its medical tourism industry, from a current level of about $80 million a year to $300 million by 2017, as part of efforts to heal its chronically sick economy. Puerto Rico's potential as a transplant center is partly based on a macabre statistic - the Caribbean island had a murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate of 19.2 per 100,000 people in 2014 compared to 4.5 per 100,000 in the United States according to Federal Bureau of Investigation data. Picture taken October 20, 2015. To match Feature USA-PUERTORICO/TRANSPLANTS REUTERS/Alvin Baez
USA-HEALTH
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September 25, 2015 
Advocate Children's Hospital staff members Katelyn Anderson (L), Ann Marie Anzalone (2nd L) and Kevynne... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Advocate Children's Hospital staff members Katelyn Anderson, Ann Marie Anzalone and Kevynne Chawle help... 
Advocate Children's Hospital staff members Katelyn Anderson (L), Ann Marie Anzalone (2nd L) and Kevynne Chawle (R) help Sophia Trujillo with a nebulizer treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ27 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo gets a nebulizer treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo gets a nebulizer treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge 
Sophia Trujillo gets a nebulizer treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ22 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from the mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from the mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park... 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from the mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ20 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo has her temperature taken while nurse Ann Marie Anzalone helps her with her boots at... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo has her temperature taken while nurse Ann Marie Anzalone helps her with her boots at... 
Sophia Trujillo has her temperature taken while nurse Ann Marie Anzalone helps her with her boots at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1Y 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo (L) prepares to have blood drawn during her regular treatment at Advocate Children's... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo prepares to have blood drawn during her regular treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital... 
Sophia Trujillo (L) prepares to have blood drawn during her regular treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1X 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo plays a game with Katelyn Anderson while getting a nebulizer treatment at Advocate Children's... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo plays a game with Katelyn Anderson while getting a nebulizer treatment at Advocate Children's... 
Sophia Trujillo plays a game with Katelyn Anderson while getting a nebulizer treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Irish, Spanish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1W 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo adjusts her headband as she has her mediport checked while waiting to check in at Advocate... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo adjusts her headband as she has her mediport checked while waiting to check in at Advocate... 
Sophia Trujillo adjusts her headband as she has her mediport checked while waiting to check in at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1V 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo (L) is examined by Dr. Caitlin Agrawal (C) as she plays a game with Kevynne Chawle at... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo is examined by Dr. Caitlin Agrawal as she plays a game with Kevynne Chawle at Advocate... 
Sophia Trujillo (L) is examined by Dr. Caitlin Agrawal (C) as she plays a game with Kevynne Chawle at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1U 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois,... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1T 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo covers her eyes while playing a game with nurses during a nebulizer treatment at Advocate... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo covers her eyes while playing a game with nurses during a nebulizer treatment at Advocate... 
Sophia Trujillo covers her eyes while playing a game with nurses during a nebulizer treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1S 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo plays with her doll while waiting for treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo plays with her doll while waiting for treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park... 
Sophia Trujillo plays with her doll while waiting for treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015.Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1Q 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo (L) has her mediport cleaned before having blood drawn for her regular treatment at Advocate... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo has her mediport cleaned before having blood drawn for her regular treatment at Advocate... 
Sophia Trujillo (L) has her mediport cleaned before having blood drawn for her regular treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1O 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo (L) prepares to have blood drawn during treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo prepares to have blood drawn during treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park... 
Sophia Trujillo (L) prepares to have blood drawn during treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1N 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo is measured by Vicky Hernandez during her admittance check at Advocate Children's Hospital... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo is measured by Vicky Hernandez during her admittance check at Advocate Children's Hospital... 
Sophia Trujillo is measured by Vicky Hernandez during her admittance check at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1K 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo prepares to have blood drawn from a mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo prepares to have blood drawn from a mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital... 
Sophia Trujillo prepares to have blood drawn from a mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1J 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo (L) has blood drawn from a mediport in her chest as Katelyn Anderson (C) and Kevynne... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from a mediport in her chest as Katelyn Anderson and Kevynne Chawle look... 
Sophia Trujillo (L) has blood drawn from a mediport in her chest as Katelyn Anderson (C) and Kevynne Chawle look on at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1I 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo speaks to Dr. Caitlin Agrawal during her treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo speaks to Dr. Caitlin Agrawal during her treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in... 
Sophia Trujillo speaks to Dr. Caitlin Agrawal during her treatment at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1G 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo (R) "high-fives" Katelyn Anderson while playing a game during a visit at Advocate Children's... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo "high-fives" Katelyn Anderson while playing a game during a visit at Advocate Children's... 
Sophia Trujillo (R) "high-fives" Katelyn Anderson while playing a game during a visit at Advocate Children's Hospital for regular treatment in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1F 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo prepares to have blood drawn from her mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo prepares to have blood drawn from her mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital... 
Sophia Trujillo prepares to have blood drawn from her mediport in her chest at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young
RTXVTI7 
December 16, 2010 
AIDS-TRANSPLANT/ - Diagram and factbox on bone marrow transplant procedure. German doctors who performed... 
Berlin, Germany 
AIDS-TRANSPLANT/ 
AIDS-TRANSPLANT/ - Diagram and factbox on bone marrow transplant procedure. German doctors who performed a bone marrow transplant in an HIV-infected man with leukemia in 2007 declared on Wednesday he was "cured". (SIN03) RNGS 
RTXVTI5 
December 16, 2010 
AIDS-TRANSPLANT/ - Diagram and factbox on bone marrow transplant procedure. German doctors who performed... 
Berlin, Germany 
AIDS-TRANSPLANT/ C 
AIDS-TRANSPLANT/ - Diagram and factbox on bone marrow transplant procedure. German doctors who performed a bone marrow transplant in an HIV-infected man with leukaemia in 2007 declared on Wednesday he was "cured". (SIN03) RNGS 
RTR2974Y 
November 13, 2008 
AIDS-STEMCELLS/ - Description of a bone marrow transplant. An HIV patient suffering from leukemia has... 
AIDS-STEMCELLS/ T 
AIDS-STEMCELLS/ - Description of a bone marrow transplant. An HIV patient suffering from leukemia has been free of infection for nearly two years after receiving such treatment from a donor with natural genetic resistance to the virus. (SIN10) 
GERMANY/
RTXAIPW 
November 12, 2008 
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on... 
Berlin, Germany 
German hematologist Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful... 
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful treatment of a HIV-infected patient after making a bone marrow transplant, in Berlin November 12, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
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November 12, 2008 
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on... 
Berlin, Germany 
German hematologist Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful... 
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful treatment of a HIV-infected patient after making a bone marrow transplant, in Berlin November 12, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
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November 12, 2008 
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on... 
Berlin, Germany 
German hematologist Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful... 
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful treatment of a HIV-infected patient after making a bone marrow transplant, in Berlin November 12, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
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November 12, 2008 
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on... 
Berlin, Germany 
German hematologist Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful... 
German hematologist Gero Huetter of Berlin's Charite Medical University attends a news conference on successful treatment of a HIV-infected patient after making a bone marrow transplant, in Berlin November 12, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY) 
BRITAIN
RTRGLGF 
November 24, 2004 
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi, who suffers from the blood disorder Beta Thalassaemia, which results in decreased... 
London, UK 
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi addresses a Blood and Bone Marrow Awareness Week conference in London. 
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi, who suffers from the blood disorder Beta Thalassaemia, which results in decreased production of normal adult haemoglobin, addresses a Blood and Bone Marrow Awareness Week conference at the Natural History Museum in London, November 24, 2004. Zain's parents, Raj and Shahana, won permission at the High Court in 2003 to try for a "designer baby" to provide a bone marrow transplant donor for Zain, but after six failed attempts at IVF and five miscarriages, they are now appealing to potential ethnic and mixed race donors in the UK and around the world. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid PKM/ASA 
BRITAIN
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November 24, 2004 
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi, who suffers from the blood disorder Beta Thalassaemia, which results in decreased... 
London, UK 
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi addresses a Blood and Bone Marrow Awareness Week conference in London. 
Five-year-old Zain Hashmi, who suffers from the blood disorder Beta Thalassaemia, which results in decreased production of normal adult haemoglobin, addresses a Blood and Bone Marrow Awareness Week conference at the Natural History Museum in London, November 24, 2004. Zain's parents, Raj and Shahana, won permission at the High Court in 2003 to try for a "designer baby" to provide a bone marrow transplant donor for Zain, but after six failed attempts at IVF and five miscarriages, they are now appealing to potential ethnic and mixed race donors in the UK and around the world. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid PKM/ASA 
HASHMI
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April 01, 2003 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London, April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's were... 
London, UK 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London, April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's ..... 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London, April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's were banned last year from using pioneering IVF technology to screen embryos to find one that will provide a perfect match for their seriously-ill, four-year-old son Zain, who has the rare and potentially fatal blood disorder thalassaemia and urgently needs a bone marrow transplant. Britain's High Court ruled in December 2002 that the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) did not have the power to license the technique under existing legislation. The Hashmis appeared at the Court of Appeal on Tuesday to try to overturn the decision. 
BRITAIN
RTRL6VB 
April 01, 2003 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London,
April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
RAJ HASHMI AND HIS WIFE SHAHANA ARRIVE AT COURT OF APPEAL IN LONDON. 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London,
April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's were banned last year from using pioneering
IVF technology to screen embryos to find one that will provide a
perfect match for their seriously-ill, four-year-old son Zain, who has
the rare and potentially fatal blood disorder thalassaemia and urgently
needs a bone marrow transplant. Britain's High Court ruled in December
2002 that the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) did
not have the power to license the technique under existing legislation.
The Hashmis appeared at the Court of Appeal on Tuesday to try to
overturn the decision. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV 
BRITAIN
RTRL6V5 
April 01, 2003 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London,
April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
RAJ HASHMI AND HIS WIFE SHAHANA ARRIVE AT COURT OF APPEAL IN LONDON. 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London,
April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's were banned last year from using pioneering
IVF technology to screen embryos to find one that will provide a
perfect match for their seriously-ill, four-year-old son Zain, who has
the rare and potentially fatal blood disorder thalassaemia and urgently
needs a bone marrow transplant. Britain's High Court ruled in December
2002 that the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) did
not have the power to license the technique under existing legislation.
The Hashmis appeared at the Court of Appeal on Tuesday to try to
overturn the decision. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV 
BRITAIN
RTRL6UV 
April 01, 2003 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London,
April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
RAJ HASHMI AND HIS WIFE SHAHANA ARRIVE AT COURT OF APPEAL IN LONDON. 
Raj Hashmi (L) and his wife Shahana arrive at the High Court in London,
April 1, 2003. The Hashmi's were banned last year from using pioneering
IVF technology to screen embryos to find one that will provide a
perfect match for their seriously-ill, four-year-old son Zain, who has
the rare and potentially fatal blood disorder thalassaemia and urgently
needs a bone marrow transplant. Britain's High Court ruled in December
2002 that the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) did
not have the power to license the technique under existing legislation.
The Hashmis appeared at the Court of Appeal on Tuesday to try to
overturn the decision. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

PKM/ASA/JV 
CHINA DONOR
RTRIIII 
February 18, 2003 
Linda Wells, 50, from New Mexico in the United States, grieves over her
adopted Chinese-born daughter... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
LINDA WELLS GRIEVES OVER HER ADOPTED CHINESE-BORN DAUGHTER KAILEE IN
BEIJING. 
Linda Wells, 50, from New Mexico in the United States, grieves over her
adopted Chinese-born daughter Kailee, featured in the front picture,
who needs a bone marrow transplant to cure a severe illness during a
news conference in Beijing February 18, 2003. Kailee, 6, also known by
her Chinese name Changban, was adopted by Linda as a baby after she was
abandoned as a 10-day old on the doorstep of a teacher-training college
in Hunan province in China. At the age of five, Kailee was diagnosed
with severe aplastic anaemia and is now critically ill. She could die
within months if a suitable donor is not found. REUTERS/Wilson Chu

WC/CP 
NOBEL MEDICINE
RTRNUDF 
October 08, 2001 
Dr. Leland "Lee" Hartwell (L), the winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize for
Physiology or Medicine, speaks... 
Seattle, United States of America 
NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS DR HARTWELL AND DR THOMAS. 
Dr. Leland "Lee" Hartwell (L), the winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize for
Physiology or Medicine, speaks to the 1990 Nobel Prize winner Dr. E.
Donnal Thomas (R) after a press conference in Seattle, Washington on
October 8, 2001. Hartwell, who is president and director of the Fred
Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and professor of genetics at the
University of Washington, won the prize for his pioneering work in
yeast genetics. Thomas won the prize in 1990 for his research on bone
marrow transplantation. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

APB/HK 
NASH
RTR9OS3 
October 18, 2000 
Jack and Lisa (R) Nash, of Englewood, Colorado, listen to University of Minnesota cord blood specialist... 
Minneapolis, USA 
MOLLY NASH CORD BLOOD TRANSPLANT A SUCCESS IN MINNEAPOLIS. 
Jack and Lisa (R) Nash, of Englewood, Colorado, listen to University of Minnesota cord blood specialist Dr. John Wagner at a press conference in Minneapolis, as he announces the success of Molly Nash's blood transplant from her baby brother Adam to help cure her bone marrow ailiment, October 18, 2000.

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MEDICINE NASH
RTR9ORW 
October 18, 2000 
Jack and Lisa (C) Nash listen to University of Minnesota cord blood specialist Dr. John Wagner at a press... 
Minneapolis, USA 
MOLLY NASH TRANSPLANT A SUCCESS IN MINNEAPOLIS. 
Jack and Lisa (C) Nash listen to University of Minnesota cord blood specialist Dr. John Wagner at a press conference in Minneapolis, as he announces the success of six-year-old Molly Nash's blood transplant from her baby brother Adam, to help cure her bone marrow ailment, October 18, 2000.

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ROBBIE WILLIAMS
RTRF285 
April 05, 2000 
British pop icon Robbie Williams, shown April 5, 2000 in London after funeral services for rock star... 
London, USA 
FILE PHOTO OF ROBBIE WILLIAMS AT THE FUNERAL OF ROCK STAR IAN DURY. 
British pop icon Robbie Williams, shown April 5, 2000 in London after funeral services for rock star Ian Dury, has offered to donate his bone marrow to 23-year-old Johanna MacVicar, one of his fans who is suffering from leukemia. The singer said November 1, 2000 that he signed up as a donor after discovering that a transplant from a complete stranger could save her life.

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