A mother is forced to take desperate actions to save the life of her cancer-stricken daughter when a bone marrow donor suddenly backs out of the life-saving procedure.

Nearly 3,000 Americans die each year because they can’t find a bone marrow donor match.

Only 2% of Americans are on the national bone marrow registry.

Everything examines the issue of offering compensation for bone marrow donors as a means of encouraging more donors into the donor pool and encouraging those who are a match to follow through when called upon. Nearly half of all identified bone marrow donors back out leaving cancer patients’ lives in jeopardy. Compensation holds the power to change that.