Caitlyn Langley is a young lady who has been living with aplastic anemia since October, 2001 when she was 5 years old. After years of immunosuppressive drug therapy, Caitlyn is feeling well. Today, Caitlyn is an active teenager who plays basketball and is a cheerleader. Although she feels good now, she will likely deal with the side effects form the drugs, therapy, and the disease. The only cure for Caitlyn is a bone marrow transplant; after four bone marrow drives, and millions of people being checked, she does not have a match. Her family says, “Our only hope is to fund research to find a better cure.” The Caitlyn Langley Research Fund has been established through AAMDSIF in order to find that cure.