How to donate your body to cancer patients

Donors are giving a helping hand to a cancer patient after a man in Michigan died in a donor body-sorting ceremony.

Dr. Michael T. Smith, MD, the medical director of the National Bone Marrow Transplantation Institute at Mount Sinai, said he was contacted by a patient who wanted to donate his bone marrow.

The donor, Michael A. Smith of Grand Rapids, Michigan, died on Dec. 5.

Doctors were unable to separate the donated bone marrow from the donor’s body.

The donation was made in honor of Smith’s wife, whom he had died of leukemia.

The donation was done under the supervision of Dr. Michael S. Smith and was a surprise to the family.

Smith was a licensed surgeon in Grand Rapids.

The donor’s organs were transplanted into a healthy donor.

Smith said the donation was “a miracle.”

The organ was removed and given to a patient in the hospital.

The hospital is scheduled to receive the donor organ next week, Smith said.

Watch this: Watching Donato Donato and the Great Big Sea is ‘one of the most rewarding things’ in your life

The man who coined the phrase “Donato Donatas Sea of Goodwill” is about to embark on a new adventure with his favorite band, Goodwill.

The band, who released a new EP earlier this year, will hit the road for a month in April to promote their first album, which has sold out all of its first weekend shows.

The trio is also in the middle of their biggest tour in more than a decade.

They’re currently on the road to promote the new album, and they’re excited to share the tour with the fans.

“It’s going to be amazing to go on tour with a band that is so much fun to be around,” Donato told Rolling Stone.

“They’re such a different band and it’s such a beautiful band, but we can’t wait to get started.”

The tour dates are set to take place April 19 through April 21 at the Paramount Theatre in Los Angeles.

For more information about the tour, check out their tour page.