Bone marrow drive being held for local boy

You can help a boy in our area live a healthier life.

Mason Fuller from Salem, Kentucky has NEMO immunodeficiency, a rare condition in which the body does not produce enough protein to fight off infection.

The only cure is a bone marrow transplant.

There will be a bone marrow drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday at Livingston Hospital and Healthcare Services. That’s at 131 Hospital Drive in Salem. 

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