Morgan Delaney was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer at Thanksgiving in 2022. She fought bravely through chemo and radiation, but ultimately lost her fight in September of 2023. She had just turned 21 and was a senior at the University of Georgia (UGA). We always thought that blood transfusions were for trauma, but through Morgan we learned that blood and platelet transfusions are an important aspect of cancer treatment. Without these treatments we would have lost her much sooner. We knew Morgan was going to change the world, and we want to make sure that she still does. And so we are sharing what we’ve learned about the importance of blood donations for cancer treatment, and asking others to please donate in tribute to Morgan. It’s even more critical right now in December – the need is very high right now over the holidays. Thank you so much for supporting those that are still fighting.