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Marjorie Dejoie-Brewer, MD
Sickle Cell Disease Association of America Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Chapter
5300 Wynnefield Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Marjorie DeJoie-Brewer, MD, is a medical director of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Chapter. She is also a research liaison for hydroxyurea education at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Dr. DeJoie-Brewer found out that she had SCD when she was a second year student in medical school at the University of Pennsylvania. She wears three hats in service to the SCD cause: medical director for her local SCD association, research clinician at Children’s Hospital, and owner of her own private wellness practice.
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