Leukemia Patient Nearly Dies; Twin Has Idea to Save Thousands

For nearly 18 years Graham and Britton Douglas believed they were fraternal twins. That was until Britton needed a bone-marrow transplant because chemotherapy for his leukemia had failed. The Fort Worth, Texas, brothers learned that they were identical twins, sharing the same DNA, and therefore Britton could not receive his brother's bone marrow because their genetic make-up was too similar to fight the cancer. Today, at 27, Britton Douglas is a healthy, successful Dallas lawyer, thanks to a...Full Story
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