Please go to bethematch.org to find out how to register with the national bone marrow program to potentially be a lifesaver for Connor or other people. Asian Americans are notoriously underrepresented in the registry, so it is especially important for us Kimchi families to get out there and heed the call of duty! All it takes is to show up, get the inside of your cheek swabbed, and they'll be able to get your marrow type from there.
Even if you have been swabbed before and believe you are registered, please think about whether your contact info has changed since then and update it. You can just go to this page and submit the approximate location and date (for example, I registered on-campus at Stanford in 1996) and they will find you and give you your donor ID as well as update your contact info. I couldn't believe they found me, but they apparently keep some clean records!