Many of the studies I reviewed suggested that the largest barrier between minorities and the Registry was connivence of joining, education of procedure as well as impact of a transplant, and cost of joining. Other researchers emphasized that female blood donors are the most likely to register, regardless of race. I surveyed 95 college students of all back grounds, men and women, and inquired into their knowledge of becoming a bone marrow donor. I am interested in finding any preexisting conditions that may make a person more or less inclined to join the the registry. Below is my 10 question survey.