SICKLE CELL EDUCATION
Knowledge is power. We provide education and
awareness for sickle cell disease and trait
through the use of web-based platforms to the
those directly affected by sickle cell.
How It's Inherited
SICKLE CELL ADVOCATES OF THE YEAR AWARDS
This year marks Sickle Cell 101's 5th annual Sickle Cell Advocates of the Year (SCAY) Awards is an annual award to recognize devoted sickle cell advocates who have made invaluable strides towards
the progression of sickle cell through their contributions
Send in your nominations!
Dr. Keith Quirolo is an expert sickle cell and thalassemia pediatrician with over 20 years of experience in treating sickle cell patients.
Read Dr. Quirolo's bio
ASK DR. Q
Sickle Cell & Thalassemia Expert Physician
'Ask Dr. Q' is a resource Sickle Cell 101 provides to the sickle cell community. Users and followers send in questions pertaining to sickle cell and responses are provided by Dr. Quriolo. Responses are posted on social media and can be found here.
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SICKLE CELL HBCU COLLEGE TOUR
The HBCU Sickle Cell College Tour is an event geared towards educating and raising awareness for sickle cell on Historically Black Colleges and University campuses.
Hosted by #BoldLipsForSickleCell
and Sickle Cell 101, this
event will be informative
SICKLE CELL FACTS
Red blood cells become sickle shaped making it harder to move through blood vessel.
This causes pain and complications.
Sickle cell affects all races and is the most common genetic disorder in the world.
Sickle cell is inherited, meaning it is passed down from parent to child.
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