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Melania Trump Sep 21
A few highlights from the Sickle Cell roundtable I hosted at the last week. There are too many Americans that do not receive the quality care they need & deserve. Let’s come together to bring help & hope to build a healthier future for our children.
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blkwomenshealth Oct 27
Life changes every day whether you are ready for it or not. Sickle Cell Disease changes the lives of those infected, their families and their friends. It is our mission to increase education, awareness, and empower those most impacted.
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Melania Trump Sep 14
Today I hosted a roundtable on improving the lives of Americans w Sickle Cell Disease. We must continue to support those affected, eliminate stigma, & reaffirm our goal of finding a cure. 
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@IamLeroyJonesJr Oct 27
From the : “I learned years ago that time is the most precious commodity. Once I realized that, my entire perspective changed.”
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Melania Trump Sep 14
Looking forward to joining this afternoon to speak with Sickle Cell Disease patients, advocates, and researchers in honor of
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MOHW JA Sep 30
Lunch and Learn. Join us on Friday, October 2 at 1 p.m. for the Virtual Public Lecture: "Sickle Cell Disease in Jamaica."
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Anjlee Mahajan, MD Sep 1
Important article for ALL physicians. Especially hematologists
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HoneyBee Jan 20
All I want in my lifetime is better treatment. Not a cure.
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Memej Sep 30
Go see the full video! It's a really great conversation about & why he's passionate about & what led him 2 be a Dr. He also talks about his mentor & All the other wonderful people in his life that helped push him along the way!
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Diverse Health Hub 14h
Stella didn't even know she carried the sickle cell gene until her son Zion was born with sickle cell disease.
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Heather #VoteKids Haq, MD, MHS, FAAP Oct 2
Fantastic work Dr. with the Houston Sickle Cell Collaborative.
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Payal Desai, MD Jan 13
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Aruvant Sciences Oct 2
In September during was saw a huge increase in posts to social media. We need to keep the awareness going.
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Liza Johnson Oct 2
Working with to bring together experts and patient stakeholders. seeks to inform clinical trial communication around novel clinical trials, such as . for the funding .
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Florence Nyaoke Jun 19
We give not because we have much, but because it is in giving that we share the love of the divine and build community Your contribution from as much as 10/- and help us improve the quality of life of someone with Sickle Cell Disease
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GBod Sep 30
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SCDAA Jun 23
Get Connected is an incredible platform for Sickle Cell Disease patients to connect and support on another. Get connected with the link above.
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SickleCellTexas Aug 3
Did you know: Sickle cell disease is not contagious like a cold. People are either born with it or they are not. If you are born with sickle cell disease both of your parents have sickle cell traits.
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ISACA Kampala Chapter Oct 3
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Agnes Nsofwa Sep 21
Such an honour to have one of my favourite Haematoloists on . was doing an education session on using Hydroxyurea for treatment of Sickle Cell Disease. Thank you and for joining me.
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