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Research Notebook: Sickle cell disease research - Shreveporttimes - Shreveport Times



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Research Notebook: Sickle cell disease research - Shreveporttimes 
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Dr. Felicity Gavins was awarded a $1.45 million grant to research sickle cell disease.
Sickle Cell Disease 2017 Global Market Growth, Opportunities and ... Medgadget (blog)

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NHS praised after racist tweet about sickle cell disease sufferers ... - BBC News



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NHS praised after racist tweet about sickle cell disease sufferers ... 
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Blood donors come forward after the NHS condemns comments about sickle cell disease sufferers.
Praise for NHS over handling of racist tweet about sickle cell ... Bristol Post

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Craven county child with sickle cell anemia looking for bone marrow ... - WNCT



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Craven county child with sickle cell anemia looking for bone marrow ... 
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Letter: Fighters take on sickle cell anemia disease - Aiken Standard



Letter: Fighters take on sickle cell anemia disease 
Aiken Standard
Each year, one month is dedicated to raising awareness of sickle cell anemia disease. Annually, September is recognized as National Sickle Cell Awareness Month; however, for those who battle the disease it's a constant fight, which is why it's ...

 


Making Advances Against Sickle Cell Disease | FDA Voice - FDA.gov (blog)



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Making Advances Against Sickle Cell Disease | FDA Voice 
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Patricia Oneal, M.D., Medical Officer in the Division of Hematology Products at FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. The medical definition of sickle ...
Family struggles with sickle cell effect - Montgomery Advertiser Montgomery Advertiser
New sickle cell treatment offers hope, possible cure | abc7chicago.com WLS-TV
Walking for a cause/ September is Sickle Cell Disease Month | News ... Kingstree News
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A 'potentially powerful model' for treating sickle cell disease - 89.3 KPCC



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A 'potentially powerful model' for treating sickle cell disease 
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Gideon Ogungbemi says the pain caused by sickle cell disease is indescribable. "I can't put it into words but I know it's something terrible that I would never want any of my friends to experience," says Ogungbemi, 28. The pain often drove Ogungbemi to ...
Ask Dr. Kevin: Debunking the Myths Around Sickle Cell Disease Black Press USA
Nepal ethnic group gets expanded help for sickle cell disease Seattle Globalist
Europe Sickle Cell Anemia Market and Competitive Landscape ... Business Wire (press release)
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Matthew Porteus awarded grant for sickle cell anemia work - Stanford University News



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Matthew Porteus awarded grant for sickle cell anemia work 
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The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine has awarded MATTHEW PORTEUS, associate professor of pediatrics, a grant of $5.2 million to lay the groundwork for a clinical trial of a possible treatment for sickle cell disease. Porteus has shown ...

 


New Poll Highlights Ignorance about Sickle Cell Disease - Afro American



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New Poll Highlights Ignorance about Sickle Cell Disease 
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?It's excruciating. I've never had birth pain, but you know how they say birth pain is worse than menstrual cramp pain? It trumps all of those,? said Sireca Gregory, 32, who was diagnosed with the crippling red blood cell disorder sickle cell disease ...
Debunking the myths around sickle cell disease | New York ... Amsterdam News
Church speaker raises awareness about sickle cell anemia ... Magnoliareporter

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Porteus awarded grant for work on possible treatment for sickle cell anemia - Stanford Medical Center Report



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Porteus awarded grant for work on possible treatment for sickle cell anemia 
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Sickle cell disease damages tissues, causes pain and suffering and can even be life-threatening. It is caused by a single mutation in a gene that is the blueprint for one of the proteins in hemoglobin, the molecule that carries oxygen in red blood cells.

 


School of Medicine alumnus develops new medication for sickle cell disease - Loma Linda University Health



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School of Medicine alumnus develops new medication for sickle cell disease 
Loma Linda University Health
A new medication to treat symptoms of sickle cell disease, developed following 25 years of research by a Loma Linda University School of Medicine alumnus, has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the first new drug for the ...