This article appeared in the State Press, Arizona State University’s student newspaper, on Oct. 28, 1998.
Cajic garners support from fans, ex-teammates.
Former ASU lineman fights battle with leukemia, relentlessly searches for donor
By Ed Odeven
Once a Sun Devil, always a Sun Devil.
For ex-ASU football player Joe Cajic, that sentiment was exemplified Tuesday night in his honor as several hundred fans showed up at ASU’s Karsten Golf Course to help raise money for the Joe Cajic Foundation.
Cajic, an offensive lineman at ASU from 1993-94, was diagnosed with leukemia in December 1997. He was given four years to live unless he found a life-saving bone marrow donor.
So far, Cajic has not found one. But he continues to search for a donor through the National Marrow Donor Pool.
Last night’s autograph party, hosted by the Sun Angel Foundation, United Blood Services and the Joe Cajic Foundation…
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