NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A worldwide search for a rare type of blood to help a Florida girl battling cancer made its way to New York City on Saturday.

Two-year-old Zainab Mughal is from Miami, and she needs constant blood transfusions to treat neuroblastoma.

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Her blood will only match to people who come from Pakistan, India, or Iran who are type O or A and are missing the Indian-B antigen in their blood cells.

The Islamic Circle of North America and OneBlood organization are searching for donors around the world, including here in the Big Apple.

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“We have more people of those descents than anywhere in the United States, so it’s one of the reasons why ICNA is taking up the mantle and helping to find a donor,” Gail Tweedy of ICNA Relief USA said.

So far four matches have been located, but at least ten are needed.

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Think you may qualify to help Zainab? Head on over to OneBlood’s WEBSITE to find out.