A two-year-old South Florida girl is in need of some of the rarest blood in the world.
Zainab Mughal has an aggressive form of cancer called neuroblastoma.
Of the more than one-thousand local and national blood donations that have been tested to match her blood, so far only three matches have been found.
The toddler has a rare blood type that is typically only found in four-percent of people from Iranian, Indian or Pakistani descent. She needs at least seven to ten donors as she undergoes ongoing blood transfusions.