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Q&A with Andre Picard: How stem-cell donation is saving lives

André Picard is a health reporter and columnist at The Globe and Mail.

Marcos Townsend

In Wednesday's Globe and Mail, public health reporter André Picard wrote about how many patients desperate for a life-saving stem-cell transplant are turning to social media to find matching donors. Earlier, Mr. Picard took your questions, along with stem-cell transplant recipient Candace Weimer. Ms. Weimer has written a book about her transplant experience, When the World Dropped in On Me. Please read the transcript below. Mobile users can click here for a mobile-friendly version.

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