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More on the Early History of Sickle Cell Disease

In a previous blog I talked about the contribution of a remarkable man and early African Nationalist, Dr Africanus Horton, , to the discovery of sickle cell disease. Perhaps a less savoury individual was Dr Robert Lebby Jr (1831-1907), Quarantine … Continue reading

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Here we go!

The idea of sicklesense is to provide a forum where the results of contemporary research into sickle cell disease can be made available, and where viewers can comment on and discuss the relevance of the findings. I will try and … Continue reading

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