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Cent Chance: Family and Mance

cent chance: I just want to thank them from the bottom of my heart, Mance told CTV Winnipeg, according to CTV. This is the person that is saving my life. The family of 16-year-old Roshlind Mance, who lives with a pair of rare blood diseases known as aplastic anemia and paroxysmal hemoglobinuria, announced on Friday that she has found a donor and should receive a much-needed stem cell transplant in early 2019. The family says the anonymous donor is a 90 per cent match to Mance. Mance's family compared finding a match to winning the lottery in part due to the family's Filipino heritage. There's just a five per cent chance the transplant won't work, they say. ( As reported in the news.