KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A woman with just months to live is pleading for help finding a bone marrow donor for herself and others like her.
Kris Miner was diagnosed with Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma, a skin disease in April.
A month later, she found out none of the millions of possible donors were a match.
On Thursday, Miner had a chance to meet Ben Rouse at Kauffman Stadium.
Rouse is going to all 162 Milwaukee Brewer games across the country. With support from the Brewers, he is on a mission to create exposure for the "Be the Match" program.
"After getting the leukemia diagnosis and the bone marrow transplant I figured I might as well do it when I'm 25 instead of 65 because I have greater chance of getting other forms of cancer and might not make it," he said.
Rouse is in remission after a successful bone marrow transplant.
"There are 17 million people on the registry and I do not have a match yet, but our goal it just takes one, we got a lot of marketing efforts," said Miner.
She recently got more bad news.
Her doctors say her cancer is not responding to the chemotherapy, so her need for a bone marrow transplant has become critical.
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