Community Pulls Through For Little Girl With Cancer

Little Rock, AR -- Thanks to the generosity of the community, a three-year-old Russellville girl received the help she needed for an upcoming stem cell transplant.

Along with fighting a rare cancer called Neuroblastoma, Morgan Schwehm also has a rare blood type, A-B negative, which isn't easy to come by.

And, with the upcoming transplant, she needed extra blood and platelets to keep her strong.

After hearing about Morgan's story on FOX16 News, dozens of people signed up -- with the Red Cross -- to become direct donors for the little girl.

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