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SoCal mother who fought with cancer during pregnancy gets bone marrow transplant



SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES (KABC) –

The local woman who struggled with cancer during pregnancy with twins finally got her bone marrow transplant on Saturday.

Susie Rabaca, 36, combats leukemia. She needed a bone marrow transplant that was a 100% match, but her mixed legacy made it difficult to find a donor.

When you searched the 30 million registered donors in the Be The Match registry, a perfect match was not found. But after her story went viral and thousands of registered to help her come good news.

"I got the call that I had an identified 10 out of 10 perfect match," Rabaca shared with eyewitness news in an earlier interview. 19659003] A record of 60,000 people were reported as donors.

Just a few weeks after finding the perfect match, Rabaca gave birth to the twins Ryan and Rainey last month.

Rabaca's mother on Saturday took pictures of her smiling daughter at the City of Hope in Duarte. As for the donor, the person's name is a mystery.

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