From her hospital bed, she began a public awareness campaign for Be the Match, the bone marrow donor network, to help others with cancer. She even mailed beauty products as donor incentives between her chemo treatments.
“If you were to Google ‘scientists,' everyone you would get would look more like Albert Einstein, but so many more people do science,” she said. “Literally anyone can be a scientist. You need to apply yourself, and you need to work hard. We’re not all geniuses.”
The six Wells sisters have always been all for one, and one for all. And now five of them — Charity, Faith, Joy, Grace, and Glory — are carrying the sixth one, Hope, through an epic battle against leukemia.