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When Greta Hokanson was 16, she was diagnosed with leukemia and needed a bone marrow transplant to save her life.

Bride who survived cancer dances with the donor who saved her life

Through the Be The Match bone marrow registry, she was connected with a compatible donor -- a then-anonymous man from Arkansas. Greta had the procedure and nearly two years later, she and her family got the chance to meet the man, Danny Daniels, in person.

"Before I met him, he was this amazing man who gave his bone marrow to me without knowing anything about me," Greta told BuzzFeed. "It was incredible seeing him standing right there in front of me.”

Years later, when Greta was planning her wedding to now-husband Tony Hokanson, she knew she wanted Danny to be in attendance.

At the October 10 reception in Sartell, Minnesota, Greta and Danny shared an emotional dance to “Angels Among Us” by Alabama. Photographer Stacy Milburn of Phodot Photography captured the moment.

"I fought back my own tears," Stacy told The Huffington Post. "Throughout the reception the room was filled with friends, family, tears, smiles and a tremendous amount of joy."

The wedding was also the groom's first opportunity to meet the man who saved his new wife's life.

"It was really an honor to meet him," Tony told HuffPost. "He’s such a generous man and it was great to get a chance to talk with him and get to know him better. Without him and the Be The Match foundation, there’s a really good chance I wouldn’t have Greta as my wife today."

Fuente: www.huffingtonpost.com
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