THE BRONX - A bone marrow drive is being held for a sixth-grader who suffers from sickle cell anemia.

Tiffany Glasgow, a principal's list student, says the painful disease lands her in the emergency room at least once a month.

Tiffany's mother, Siloane London, says a bone marrow transplant would drastically reduce Tiffany's pain and help her live a more normal life. London and her four other children also suffer from the disease.

The bone marrow drive is scheduled for this Sunday. The drive is sponsored by the Bronx Seventh-Day Adventist Church.