World Sickle Cell Report –

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Welcome to World Sickle Cell Report, the world’s first dedicated online resource for everything sickle cell.

According to WHO estimates, 20% of the world’s population has an abnormal genetic inheritance. Sickle Cell Trait (SCT) is mankind’s most common inherited abnormality. Nigeria, Tanzania, India and DR Congo carry the trophy for having the biggest burden of Sickle Cell Disease (SCD). One way or another, some 120 million families are affected by SCD worldwide.

NIH moves towards SCD cure

News Updates

‘I Would Gladly Marry A Sickle Cell Warrior!’ – Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria

In her wildest imagination, Abiola Hafsat Bashorun never thought she would win the 2006 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) ...
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Painkillers Can Harm More Than Help

Research states Paracetamol, Ibruprofen, Panadol and other analgesics for chronic pain can do much more harm than good Paracetamol It's ...
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Wanted Dead Or Alive

Funso Balogun, Sickle Cell Warrior Though in Yoruba, Igbo or English attire, you could mistake him for a Hausaman. Abraham ...
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A 69-year old man has died after a 3-hour erection known as priapism READ MORE. Priapism is an unwarranted, unwanted, ...
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International Thalassaemia Day 2021

On International Thalassaemia Day, TIF shines a light on the striking health inequalities that affect the global thalassaemia community, further ...
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37 Yr-Old With Sickle Cell Anaemia Has Never Been Transfused

It's certainly not as if the SCW hasn't been in dire need of blood several times on her SCD journey ...
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Age Difference Was No Barrier To Our Union

The Warners with some of their children Kamara and Danny Warner were one unique couple. He was a sickle cell ...
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Elvie Ingoli proved the doctors wrong After receiving chemotherapy for Bone Marrow Transplant at the age of 6; and after ...
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Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Day and Thalassemia Awareness Day Bill 255 Becomes Law

TORONTO — A Private Member’s Bill co-sponsored by Andrea Khanjin, MPP for BarrieInnisfil, and Rudy Cuzzetto, MPP for Mississauga-Lakeshore, passed ...
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Ahoy, Seadogs! Why Pyrates Confraternity Identifies With Sickle Cell Awareness

An international organization, the National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) has a dedicated medical arm which provides free medical services ...
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