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Kaitlyn's shares her story on how the disease sickle cell affects her life.

How culture, religious beliefs hamper sickle cell prevention
Mr. and Mrs. Paulinus Ugumba had a promising marriage, since they were joined together as husband and wife in 1999.The union had produced four children: two boys and two girls. Read More...
Stem cell to cure Sickle Cell
Stem Cells to Cure Sickle Cell Author: Ivanhoe Broadcast News Sickle cell is a serious disease that causes pain, anemia, infection, organ damage, and even stroke. It’s the most common inherited blood disorder in the U.S. The good news is bone marrow transplants can be a cure. The bad news is not every patient has a matching donor. Read More...
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