New Hampshire neighbors and friends are undergoing bone marrow tests en masse with the hopes of saving the life of three-year-old Hunter Morgan.
The toddler has a rare life-threatening disease, WPTZ reports, which can be treated with a bone marrow transplant. Many turned out at a bone marrow drive at Lebanon High School on Thursday to see if they were a match for Morgan.
"Even if you can't save Hunter's life, you could save somebody else's life. If it was your baby, you'd want somebody to do it for you," Hunter's mother told Newschannel Five.
Learn more about how residents of Lebanon, N.H. are working together to help the little boy and watch the interview with Hunter Morgan's mother at WPTZ.
Interested in learning more about bone marrow donation? Check out Huffington Post blogger Seun Adebiyi's post about his own struggle to find a matching bone marrow donation and learn how to become a bone marrow donor in five easy steps.