We had an AMAZING time in Miami learning more about living well with Sickle Cell from this group of men! Check out the highlight reel below and catch the full conversation here
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This seminar, led by E. Leila Jerome Clay MD, MCTS, addresses common questions and concerns for parents with newborns who've been diagnosed with Sickle Cell Disease. The seminar was held at the SCDAA 47th Annual National Conference in Baltimore, MD.
Sickle cell disease(SCD) is an inherited red blood cell disorder affecting people of all races, not just African Americans. Although 8 to 10 percent of African Americans carry sickle cell trait, 1 to 3 million Americans have this disorder. It read more about Sickle Cell: Not Just an African American Disease
Live from The SCDAA 47th Annual National Conference in Baltimore, MD, our panelists discuss how Sickle Cell Disease affects families and caregivers of Sickle Cell Patients!
Live from The SCDAA 47th Annual National Conference in Baltimore, MD, this seminar is about Men Living Well With Sickle Cell Disease! Our panelists get real about their experiences and share their tips for living well with Sickle Cell Disease. read more about Men Living Well With Sickle Cell: SCDAA National Conference (Video)
Gwen Poles, DO, FACP, talks about the importance of Sickle Cell Patients incorporating primary care into an overall health care team. This seminar was filmed live at The SCDAA 47th Annual National Conference in Baltimore, MD!
Sickle cell anemia is a painful disease that changes the shape of red blood cells. Instead of being flexible, the blood cells are curved and stiff. These sickle-shaped blood cells don't flow through blood vessels without challenge and can easily read more about Recognize & Treat Sickle Cell Disease Crises With 6 Tips