Sickle Cell Disease
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Last Posted: Feb 26, 2020
- Students' knowledge on sickle cell disease in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Kambale-Kombi Paul et al. Hematology (Amsterdam, Netherlands) 2020 Dec 25(1) 91-94
- A method for noninvasive prenatal diagnosis of monogenic autosomal recessive disorders.
Cutts Anthony et al. Blood 2019 134(14) 1190-1193
- Understanding sickle cell disease: impact of surveillance and gaps in knowledge.
Kaur Mandip et al. Blood advances 2020 Feb 4(3) 496-498
- Ghana takes on sickle-cell disease.
Adepoju Paul et al. Lancet (London, England) 2020 395(10222) 402
Makani Julie et al. The Lancet. Haematology 2020 Feb 7(2) e98-e99
- Effect of Health Education Programme on the Knowledge of and Attitude about Sickle Cell Anaemia among Male Secondary School Students in the Jazan Region of Saudi Arabia: Health Policy Implications.
Kotb Mohammed Mahmoud et al. BioMed research international 2019 20199653092
- Gender influences on the health of adolescents with sickle cell disease.
Barton-Gooden A et al. Psychology, health & medicine 2019 24(4) 470-480
- Integrated psychology support and comprehensive cognitive evaluation improves access to special education services for children with sickle cell disease.
Ghafuri Djamila Labib et al. Pediatric blood & cancer 2019 66(8) e27755
- Mortality in children with sickle cell disease in mainland France from 2000 to 2015.
Desselas Emilie et al. Haematologica 2020 Jan
- Web-Based Technology to Improve Disease Knowledge Among Adolescents With Sickle Cell Disease: Pilot Study.
Saulsberry Anjelica C et al. JMIR pediatrics and parenting 2020 Jan 3(1) e15093
- At 16, She’s a Pioneer in the Fight to Cure Sickle Cell Disease
NY Times, January 11, 2020
- Sickle cell disease in Germany: Results from a national registry.
Kunz Joachim B et al. Pediatric blood & cancer 2019 Dec e28130
- Study Evaluates Rapid Sickle Cell Disease Test.
Abbasi Jennifer et al. JAMA 2019 Dec 322(22) 2161
- International Differences in Outpatient Pain Management: A Survey of Sickle Cell Disease.
El-Amin Nadirah et al. Journal of clinical medicine 2019 Dec 8(12)
- Use of an automated pyrosequencing technique for confirmation of sickle cell disease.
de Martino Camila Cruz et al. PloS one 2019 14(12) e0216020
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