Stranger Gets Honored At The Wedding Of The Man’s Life He Saved

Michael Faust was young and a fit tennis player. It came to shock to everyone when he was told that he had leukaemia with little chance of a cure. A patient with his chromosome-positive acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, one of the most aggressive forms of the disease, needed a lottery-like win to survive.

Now comes Michael Striegold. He made a decision that changed Mr. Faust’s life. He decided to test for the Gift of Life registry, an organization dedicated to the life-saving potential of stem cell, bone marrow and cord blood transplants by increasing the representation of Jewish donors.