Leg ulcer in Sickle Cell Disorder

LEG ULCER IN SICKLE CELL DISORDER  

Leg ulcers are one of the most debilitating and stigmatizing complications of sickle cell disorder occurring in one ankle or both and can remain unhealed for several years. They are very painful, render the patients incapacitated, sometimes confined indoors and preclude them from leading normal, productive lives. continue reading →


Art Therapy for Chronic Illness

Art Therapy for Chronic Illness

Sickle Cell Disorder is a chronic illness. When a person is diagnosed with illness, the health worker’s first instinct is to focus on the physical health and alleviate the pain. But in addition to the physical health, they should also keep in mind that these individuals also suffer emotionally. continue reading →


STROKE IN SICKLE CELL DISORDER

Stroke does occur in children! Stroke is one of the causes of severe disability and mortality among children with sickle cell and cause of sorrow in their families. continue reading →


Bone Marrow Transplantation as a Cure for Sickle Cell Disorder

This discussion is addressing Bone Marrow Transplantation (BMT) because we have been receiving a flood of inquiries about CURE FOR SICKLE CELL. At present, the cure there is for sickle cell is Bone Marrow Transplantation (BMT). This provides information you may wish to know about BMT.

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QUESTION: Is there a CURE for SICKLE CELL ANAEMIA (Haemoglobin SS)?

ANSWER: YES, there is a cure for sickle cell in the form of Bone Marrow Transplantation (BMT). BMT for sickle cell has been around since the late 1980’s – although still not widely available. continue reading →