Inside Theo Daniels home it looks like a reality show is being taped.
Camera men shooting his every move.
But it isn't for a reality show and it's anything but entertaining. It's for a documentary to air in Korea on how the 17 year old needs to find a bone marrow donor. He was diagnosed with Leukemia in October of last year.
"November 1st they told us he did not make it into remission and he started crashing the very next day. He was in the ICU for almost 2 months at hershey," his mother Juli said.
The best match for a donor for Theo would be a sibling. But because he was adopted from Korea when he was an infant he doesn't know if he has any. Juli is traveling to Seoul to appear on the television show 'Missing Persons' to put a plea out to Theo's biological family and others of Korean decent who may be compatible.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is having a bone marrow drive this Sunday to try to find Theo a match.
"If I can't find a bone marrow donor it'll help someone else. It's good," Theo said.
But with all of this support Theo will hopefully find a match so he can get back to playing lacrosse and living a life without chemo or cameras.
Bone Marrow Drive for Theo Daniels
Sunday December 14
First Korean Church
841 N US Highway 15 Dillsburg