Save Renee Padgett: Blood and bone marrow drive being held to help find life-saving donor for State Trooper

TACOMA -- Our state troopers are always ready to help us, but now one of them needs our help. Trooper Renee Padgett has Multiple Myeloma and her best chance for survival now is a stem-cell donor. So, The Washington State Patrol is organizing a blood and bone marrow drive for next Saturday, November 7th, to help her find a potentially life-saving donor.

    Donors there need to be between the ages of 18 and 44. Anyone 45 and older can get a swabbing kit online at WWW.BETHEMATCH.ORG by using the code TROOPERRENEE -- which is all one word. CLICK HERE for more information ‘Say it, Fight it, Cure it – Save Renee Padgett’