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Realtor Scott Kleiman Needs Your Help To Live

January 13th, 2008

Susanne Hayek told me today that her good friend Scott Kleiman who is a Realtor at Sotheby’s in Pasadena, CA is very sick with CLL (Leukemia) and needs to find a matching bone marrow donor to survive. Scott was Susanne’s very first client four years ago when she started shooting real estate photography and is a big supporter of real estate photography.

Now days being a bone marrow donor is as easy and painless as giving blood. But first you need to find out if you are a “match”. To get a test kit fill out the registration form at Scott’s site.

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6 Responses to “Realtor Scott Kleiman Needs Your Help To Live”

  • Larry,
    I can’t thank you enough for using your influence and huge following to help out! I’ve always been proud to be a member of your “circle” but never more than today.
    Thank You!
    Susanne

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  • I can’t volunteer myself because leukemia runs in my family – father and daughter – but I do have some experience that may assist.

    My daughter had AML, the most aggressive form and even a transplant didn’t help. Given 6 weeks to live we brought her home to die. I had studied all kinds of treatments during her two year stay at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto, one of the leading cancer hospitals in the world. Most were just quackery, relying upon desperate people to do desperate things – for a fee of course.

    I discovered that traditional Chinese medicine seemed to offer some things that Western medicine did not and as a last reosrt took my daughter to a well regarded Chinese practitioner. To cut a long story short, to the amazement of all of her doctors, she is still alive and well after 15 years.

    The Chinese believe that although leukemia manifests itself in the bone marrow, it’s origin is in the kidneys. She was treated with a regimen of herbal soups and acupuncture to boost her immune system and kidney function. Even her cancer specialists, agreed that it was this treatment that saved her life – even though they couldn’t officially approve of it.

    Because traditional Chinese practioners are not certified and regulated, you can get a lot of bad ones in with the good. But I think it is worth the investigative effort to find a skilled one.

    My best wishes to Scott.

  • I hope all works out. I am a donor and have been one for many many years but have never been a “match”. Someday I may get the call.

    Good luck and god bless!

  • Scott and I have known each other for approximately 20 years as our 21 year-old sons were in pre-school together. Scott is a man of great integrity, with an incredible work ethic and most importantly, he is an excellent father. When I heard of Scott’s need, I immediately ordered the kit to register as a donor. He is such a remarkable man and a great friend and I will do what I can to help. I do find the response about the use of Chinese interventions intriguing and perhaps this may be another avenue for Scott to pursue, if he has not already.

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