Jason Carter’s Story and Legacy
Jason Carter had leukemia for 4½ years and passed away in May 2016, at age 28. He participated in 2 clinical trials, which gave him more time with his family. Jason loved fishing, skiing the mountains of Montana and perfecting recipes in the kitchen. He also enjoyed taking photos during his outdoor adventures, some of which are featured on this website.
"Jason wanted to make a difference. He tried every new treatment and therapy possible. It was still not enough," says his mother Diana.
The Carters want to continue Jason's legacy by helping to get more people to participate in clinical trials. "That number must greatly increase for outcomes to improve more quickly," says his father, Bob.
Jason Carter (far right), with his parents, sister and brother-in-law
The Jason Carter Clinical Trials Program was made possible by a generous contribution from the Carter family to the Be The Match Foundation®, the fundraising organization that supports Be The Match®.
"We’re thrilled to partner with Be The Match to help other patients find the best treatment options available. Together, we can help save lives," said his parents.