In 2018, Tia Jensen, who had lived with multiple sclerosis for 20 years, was diagnosed with leukemia. She started chemotherapy and went on the bone marrow transplant waiting list. In Idaho, Greg Tappe was struggling with depression at the time he signed up for the national donor program. After Jensen received the marrow, both her illnesses went into remission. So did Tappe's depression. It took her two years to find Tappe to thank him for giving her a second chance at life, and they recently met face to face on the Today show. To honor Tappe's donation, Jensen and Be the Match have created an online event encouraging others to sign up for the registry. 

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