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Team SuperMarrow Captain A’marrow’ca Lam Do, M.D. is also known as “The Saigon Arrow” because he is so fast and always on target!  He is a very busy Internal Medicine Primary Care Physician and a man on a mission!
Dr. Do came to the United States as a refugee from Vietnam in 1975. He was one of seven children, grew up in the U.S., and received his education here.

Dr. Lux is a urologist for Kaiser Permanente San Diego.  He is an accomplished cyclist who has completed the “Death Ride” (Tour of the California Alps) four times, the RAGBRAI (Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa) about 15 times, and a self-supported trip across Bavaria, Austria, and the Italian Alps two years ago.
Dr. Lux has been contemplating doing the Race Across America (RAAM) for about 9 yrs since joining the Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG) of Kaiser Permanente.   He is excited to be a part of RAAM 2019 for both personal challenges and to improve awareness about the need for more ethnic minorities to join the Be the Match® registry.

Carol Gillespie
Executive Director & Treasurer AADP

Asian American Donor Program

Carol Gillespie’s career with the Asian American Donor Program (AADP) began as one of the first board of directors members back in 1989.   Carol helped develop the outreach and development strategy for the nonprofit AADP organization.  Through Carol’s leadership, the Asian American Donor Program became the first official Recruitment Group for the National Marrow Donor Program Registry, (now Be The Match)  in 1990. In 1992, Carol accepted a full-time position with AADP as its Development Director and then accepted the Executive Director position in 2002.   She is constantly looking for new innovative ways in which to reach the Asian American community in order to educate community members about the need for marrow/adult stem cell donation and the actual donation process to help save lives.