Mark Hachey

Mark Hachey and his family live in Puyallup, Wash. Mark is Caucasian and his wife is of Filipino heritage. Their teenage son, Greg, who is multi-racial, is a leukemia survivor. Greg had a mismatched transplant because there was no matching donor. Greg continues to experience serious medical complications as a result of his transplant.

  • December 28, 2009    |   Economic Liberty

    Bone Marrow—NOTA Challenge

    Saving Lives: Challenging the Federal Ban on Compensating Bone Marrow Donors

    Every year, nearly 3,000 Americans die because they cannot find a matching bone marrow donor.  Minorities are hit especially hard.  Common sense suggests that offering modest incentives to attract more bone marrow donors would be worth pursuing, but federal law makes that a felony punishable by up to five years in prison. That is why…

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