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Here to Stay — Living With Sickle Cell Disease
My name is Noah Alexander Williams and I am living with sickle cell anemia disease. Sickle cell isn’t really a widely talked-about disease but it’s so real and epic that it should be.
Sickle cell anemia disease is a grasping chronic sickness that doesn’t let go. Unfortunately I have it and have had it since I was born. I don’t know life without sickle cell disease and therefore I don’t know life without pain — the daily aches, the crucial crises that come out of nowhere. Sickle cell is never predictable. Of course this disease has impacted my life beyond words. I’ve learned to cope with it.
education & researchRegaining Control: Anxiety in Sickle Cell DiseaseB. was a 15-year-old adolescent girl liv...
Community CenterYour Genes Your HealthShort video interview with Maya Priest o...
education & researchTransition Toolkit – Sickle Cell Disease CoalitionWhat is transition? Transition is when ...
Community CenterMKSAP: 24-Year-Old Woman With Sickle Cell AnemiaA 24-year-old woman undergoes routine ev...
Community CenterTionne ‘T-Boz’ Watkins to dish on her Incurable disease, TLC Stardom and left eye’s death in new m...Many storms have come and gone...
Community CenterAn Almost-Love StoryI left after three hours, but after that...
videos & visualsTBoz on Living with Sickle Cellhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0JFsTmD...
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