Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine student's lifesaving decision may save a life in Spain
In the spring of his first year at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM), medical student Scott Schoenborn was walking past a "Be the Match" table in the school lobby and decided to stop. "It was some paperwork and a cheek swab that would be used to determine a potential match for bone marrow donation. It took just a few minutes and I forgot about it soon after," he said. Eighteen months later that casual decision to stop had a huge impact on someone a continent away.