Donors Rally Around Game Warden Searching For Stem Cell Match 

A simple swab of the mouth could end up saving a Maine Game Warden’s life.Major Gregg Sanborn was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma last year.The cancer has since ravaged his body, but there is hope.A successful match could lead to a potentially life saving stem cell transplant.A swab of the inside of your cheek is all it takes to check to see if you’re a potential donor.Wednesday, people lined up at an event in Orono in hopes of being a match for Gregg, or others in a similar situation.Sanborn could get a transplant as early as May 7th, providing a donor is found in time.