She saved her 7-year-old brother’s life — then the virus threatened to take it
Family, sacrifice, and a story that will tear your heart. Nine-year-old Reign Howard didn’t understand what a bone marrow transplant was. But at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, her younger brother Messiah desperately needed one. After a year-long search, she had become the only option — and when the call came to help him, she didn't doubt it for a second. In this moving story for The Washington Post, John Woodrow Cox ventures into the Howards' quest to save Messiah whilst exploring the remarkable bond between the brother and sister.
From The Washington Post