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U.S. Denies Visa to Woman With Leukemia's Stem Cell Donor

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Update: In a statement released by Rep. Alan Lowenthal, he shared Helen Huynh’s sister has been granted humanitarian parole by the U.S. government to enter the United States for 180 days to take part in a stem cell transplant to treat her sister’s leukemia.

A woman diagnosed with leukemia has a stem-cell donor sister in Vietnam, but the U.S. government has denied her visa application three times.

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Originally published: September 27, 2017
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