Breast Cancer Survivor Christina Applegate, 49, is Helping Two Sisters Fighting Sickle Cell Disease: “We Want to Save These Girls’ Lives”

Published Dec 23, 2020

Breast Cancer Survivor Christina Applegate, 49, is Helping Two Sisters Fighting Sickle Cell Disease: “We Want to Save These Girls’ Lives”

Christina Applegate is urging people to see if they are a bone marrow match for two young sisters with sickle cell disease, a blood disorder that affects red blood cells; Applegate survived breast cancer in 2008.

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