Amit Gupta on Living with Leukemia and the Search for a Donor

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

A section of a bone marrow embolus. (Pulmonary Pathology/flickr)

Amit Gupta first appeared on The Takeaway in October, three weeks after being diagnosed with leukemia, to discuss his experiences trying to find a bone marrow donor. Amit is of South Indian descent, and South Indians are severely under-represented in the donor pool. His friend Seth Godin, who writes for the popular blog SethGodin.com, offered $10,000 to the first person to be a donor match with Amit.

This was one of the Takeaway's most popular segments of the year with Takeaway listeners. Amit Gupta comes back on the program to with an update on his situation since October.

Guests:

Amit Gupta

Produced by:

Shia Levitt and Sitara Nieves

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