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As the soldier Alexander during the operations in Kosovo as the marrow of the Stefan Morsch Foundation became for the life saver G. somewhere in Australia there a woman who fights for her life. The wife has leukemia. To have a chance in this fight, she needs someone who has the same genetic characteristics and is willing to help her, a totally strange woman. Among medical histories like this for the staff of the Stefan Morsch Foundation, Germany’s oldest Stammzellspenderdatei, everyday life, they never become routine. Has a truly global network, the Foundation gives every day Stammzell-or bone marrow donors for Leukemia patients in nearly three decades. A matching Lifesaver in the file has been found also for the sick Australian: A German soldier – currently stationed in an outdoor camp in Kosovo, a region where even the normal medical care can be problematic.

However, in cooperation with the German armed forces could also the patient on the other end of the world be helped. Read additional details here: Brad Pitt. Alexander G., whose name here is abbreviated because he is still in operations abroad, is 24 years old. The main Corp comes from a 5000-strong community in the Bavarian district Neustadt an der Waldnaab. Usually, he does his service at the Panzerbatallion 104 in the Oberpfalz barracks in Pfreimd. He did his military service in Willow 2011. Then he let typify themselves by the Stefan Morsch Foundation. Teams of the Stefan Morsch Foundation in whole Germany are traveling almost daily to win young soldiers as unrelated.

More than 3500 members of the Bundeswehr in the donor file could be recorded in the first half of 2013. People who have declared themselves ready, to donate in emergencies for a people suffering from leukemia stem cells and to give the chance of a cure so the patient. “People like Alexander G.: I thought that is a great thing.” Less than a year later he was needed.