| March 15, 2013
Should bone marrow donors be compensated?
Jordan Flynn and her two sisters all suffer from Fanconia Anemia, an incurable blood disorder. Their mother, Doreen Flynn, recently waged a high-profile, legal battle to make it possible for bone marrow donors to be compensated. Flynn thinks compensation will help her girls and the 16,000 people searching for bone marrow matches. Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.