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Cassandra Trimnell was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia in 1987 when she was just a baby.
She inherited the gene that causes this disease from both of her parents, meaning she has sickle cell type SS. This means she can experience the worst symptoms — including fatigue, extreme joint pain, anemia, and infections — at a higher rate.
She’s not the only one with sickle cell in her family either. Her younger sister Joanne was also born with it, and two of her other siblings have the trait, which means they don’t have the disease but can pass it along to their children.
She was always a lot smaller and skinnier than the other kids at school, which meant that others often treated her like she was more fragile.
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