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DKM

Abbreviation for:
Deployment Key Milestone
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With our informatics solutions in place, DKMS will have an unprecedented 360-degree view of data patterns because of our technology's ability to aggregate data from multiple sources onto one platform," said Kennedy.
has aligned itself with DKMS and its mission to save lives by recruiting bone marrow donors for leukemia patients.
Never Forget" and "God Willing" are a couple more DKM tributes to fallen friends; "Surrender" and "I'll Begin Again" are empowering testaments to resilience and optimism.
DKMS Americas is a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization.
an emerging global leader in beauty, joined DKMS as its founding corporate sponsor in the fight against blood cancer, by establishing the Coty-Delete Blood Cancer/DKMS: Linked Against Blood Cancer partnership.
Applicants for the DKMS Mechtild Harf Research Program must have completed their doctoral studies (M.
The Yankees have been amazing in supporting us in our fight to Delete Blood Cancer," says Katharina Harf, Chief Inspiration Officer of Delete Blood Cancer and DKMS.
We've provided 50,000 transplants to patients around the world thanks to selfless DKMS Delete Blood Cancer donors.
a leader in the global beauty industry and the world's largest fragrance company, and DKMS, the world's largest non-profit bone marrow donor center, are pleased to announce the opening of DKMS Polska, the expansion of the Coty-DKMS: Linked Against Leukemia global initiative.
Delete Blood Cancer DKMS encourages all individuals, companies and organizations to get involved and -- as the campaign's 2015 slogan suggests -- "make your mark" by sharing a photograph of the red ampersand on social media to raise awareness.
the largest fragrance company in the world, will contribute US$150,000 to DKMS, the world's largest non-profit bone marrow donor center, in honor of the Coty-DKMS: Linked Against Leukemia partnership.
Delete Blood Cancer DKMS will honor Earl Young, cancer survivor and track and field Olympic gold medalist, blood cancer awareness advocate Dave Thomas, whose daughter is suffering from leukemia, and David Schechter, senior reporter at ABC Dallas.