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This section focuses on news in advocacy and activism for sickle cell disease. Get the latest on actionable legislative actions, state advocacy efforts, local, national, and global campaigns to improve care and the lives of those with SCD. We need your voice. Get involved, sign a petition, use your network, call your house representatives and senators, share your story, and make an impact.

Tomorrow, June 19, is World Sickle Cell Day!

On World Sickle Cell Day, Sickle Cell Warriors Takes Action to Improve Global Health Outcomes Sickle Cell Warriors, with the American Society of Hematology...

I’m a Top 100 Health Blogger

Hi Vixen,CONGRATULATIONS on your success in the People's Health Blogger Awards Competition. Your readers have spoken, and you’ve been chosen as one of the...

Get the Match Livestream

Get the Match Livestream September 28 1 pm - 4 pm PST (8:00 pm - 11 pm GMT) There is a point in which all of...

American Society of Hematology Conference

I know it's probably late for anyone to travel there, but if anyone is in New Orleans...this conference just might be for you ~...

Sickle Cell Drug Therapeutics Conference LiveStream Sept. 14, 2017

Sickle Cell Warriors has exclusively partnered with Global Blood Therapeutics (GBT) to livestream the Annual Sickle Cell Disease Therapeutics Conference from New York City...

Comments on Practice Guidelines for SCD

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) is seeking comments on two additional draft clinical practice guidelines on sickle cell disease (SCD): pain and transplantation....

SCD Adult Support Groups in Southern California

California Warriors, great news! Cayenne Wellness is now hosting monthly support group meetings in Fresno, San Diego, Los Angles, Loma Linda, and Antelope Valley....

June 19th is World Sickle Cell Day!

What are your plans to celebrate World Sickle Cell Day? I hope you have some...if not...get some!

Participate in New Research Study for Women

A study at Wayne State University is looking for African American women with sickle cell disease who are over the age of 18 to...
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