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UI Health’s Sickle Cell Support Group meets the fourth Thursday of the month. The meetings serve as a venue for learning, sharing, and supporting. Most meetings feature a guest speaker and presentation on a topic of interest. All meetings provide an opportunity for discussion and sharing of experiences.
University of Illinois Hospital
1740 W. Taylor St.
Hospital Conference Room, 1130
Fourth Thursday of the Month (see below for changes and detailed schedule) 6 pm – 8 pm
videos & visualsFacebook Live: Stem Cells and Sickle Cell Diseasehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPzNx8i_...
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news & eventsMatteson girl, 8, with sickle cell hosts party, blood drive to help othersA young Matteson girl who is bat...
news & events2017 LEADERSHIP SUMMIT & GENERAL ASSEMBLYThe Sickle Cell Community Consortium is ...
news & events2021 WEPSCF Rockin’ the Red – 16th Annual EventJoin us for a Zoom gathering as we celeb...
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