This is a GREAT story.

A mother of two with sickle cell disease met several blood donors who helped save her life.

The New York Blood Center held the reunion on Valentine’s Day.

Stacey Sottile is a lifelong New Yorker who was born and raised in Queens.

Like approximately 10,000 New Yorkers, Stacey lives with sickle cell disease, an inherited red cell disorder that is most common among African Americans. (More…)

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