Hundreds of Students Line Up to Give the Gift of Life at Campus Bone Marrow Drive

A recent bone marrow drive held by the Yeshiva University Student Medical Ethics Society was so successful that on its first day, the station on the Wilf Campus had to close early, surpassing its total two-day target of 75 students. Having run out of the necessary materials to continue, the organizers ordered more kits to be shipped overnight so that the crucial work could continue the next day on the Beren Campus.