This is a Save One Person News Break.
Cristina Di Corte, 22, from Canada suffers from a very rare disease
called Mitochondrial neurogastrointestinal encephalopathy (MNGIE).
The genetic disease is so rare most doctors have not heard of it.
This disease is an inherited condition that has caused her digestive tract to no longer be able to move food through her body to absorb nutrients from it.

A bone marrow transplant won’t cure her, but can stop MNGIE’s progress and has the potential to prolong Cristina’s life by decades.

Cristina is of Canadian and Italian decent so a bone marrow match is even more difficult to find.
Will you help Cristina fulfill her dreams of starting a family and having a life?
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The purpose of this news break is to save Cristina and watch her fulfill her dreams.