China News Service, Chengdu, April 24 (He Shaoqing and Zhou Jingjing) "Before joining the China Marrow Bank, you must tell your family that donating hematopoietic stem cells is safe and reliable, and will not harm the body, so your family can rest assured. After joining the China Marrow Bank, if there is any I have successfully matched with the patient in one day, no matter when or where, I hope everyone can do it without turning back." Talking about his two donations of hematopoietic stem cells in half a year to help the same child, a graduate of Chengdu Medical College in 2016 majoring in medical laboratory technology Yu Lang warned his alma mater's younger brother and younger sister.
Recently, a special "leaving note under the epidemic" has attracted attention on the Internet.
Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine implemented closed management due to epidemic prevention and control, but Yu Lang, a 2021 graduate student of the school, asked the school for leave to go to Chengdu to collect lymphocytes to help the child.
It turned out that when Yu Lang was an undergraduate student in Chengdu Medical College, he registered to join the Chinese hematopoietic stem cell donor database and became a volunteer.
In August 2021, she was successfully matched with a patient, and in November of that year, she successfully donated 201 ml of hematopoietic stem cell suspension at the West China Hospital of Sichuan University.
Due to the poor recovery of the previously rescued child, it was necessary to collect lymphocytes again.
After receiving this special leave request, the Red Cross Society of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine coordinated with the Nanjing Red Cross Society and the Sichuan Red Cross Society. Yu Lang completed the physical examination and donation in Nanjing, and then sent the collected lymphocytes to the patient. the hospital.
Yu Lang rescues children.
Photo courtesy of Chengdu Medical College
Recalling the beginning and end of joining the Chinese Marrow Bank, Yu Lang said that when he was studying in Chengdu Medical College, the school organized and participated in the World Red Cross Day activities, and his classmate He Xingqiang also registered to join the Chinese Marrow Bank.
"When he came back, he was very excited to tell me what happened. I thought it was very meaningful, and I also participated in the registration."
With media reports, this "ordinary person's extraordinary thing" touched countless netizens.
"I feel very proud to see my students in the news." Sun Fenghui, an instructor at Yu Lang University, recalled that Yu Lang was always conscientious and diligent in the scientific research work of the research group, and she was a very resilient girl.
During his studies in Chengdu Medical College, Yu Lang achieved excellent results and won the National Inspirational Scholarship, the third prize of the 15th "Challenge Cup" in Sichuan Province, etc.
At the same time, she also mobilized many of her classmates and friends to join the China Marrow Bank. Through publicity and popularization of relevant knowledge, more and more people can understand hematopoietic stem cell donation and mobilize more people to join the ranks.
"One more person who joins the China Marrow Bank will have more hope for life."
Yu Lang said that donating hematopoietic stem cells is just a small matter for her.
As a medical student, I will keep in mind the mission of "health is linked to life", and no matter what difficulties encountered, I will do my best to save lives.