Baylor student gives life to stranger

POPLAR BLUFF, Missouri (ABP) — Retired maintenance worker Bill Allison of Puxico, Mo., was diagnosed with stage-four leukemia just over two years ago and, being in his 60s, was told his chances of finding a bone marrow donor were slim at best. But then God stepped in, Allison said, in the form of a 19-year-old Baylor University student who, on a whim, joined a national bone-marrow donor registry at a 5K race around the same time.

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