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Interviews with sickle cell warriors around the world

Meet Chaznee Brown: SC Advocate, Secretary, Intern, Warrior

This week's warrior in the Spotlight is none other than Chaznee Brown. Besides holding down a full time job as a secretary in a genetics clinic and completing 3000 licensure hours to become a counselor and therapist; Chaznee also runs an active Sickle Cell advocacy group in the Bay area, California. Oh yeah, and she has sickle cell.

WEGO Health Interview

I just received notice that an interview I did with Marie C. of WEGO Health is so officially posted in the blogosphere. As you...

Meet Nick: Student, Husband, SC Warrior

Meet Nick L., a successful computer programmer living on the East Coast. Nick is happily married to the love of his life Tamika:) and oh yeah, he has sickle cell thalassemia.

Meet Parnel: Husband, Father, Advocate, Educator, Warrior!

It is my pleasure to introduce Parnel Abraham, husband, father, advocate and leader in the sickle cell community. He is a true inspiration, and you can learn ALOT from this interview.

Minority Nurse Article

Last year, I got featured in Minority Nurse magazine. The tile is "Providing Culturally Competent Care for Sickle Cell Patients". The author interviewed me...

Tonya Bright, Clinical Lab Specialist

Tonya is a mother of 3, loving wife, clinical lab specialist and sickle cell warrior.

Meet Tiara: Student, Daughter, Warrior

Tiara is a young lady with a lot of faith. Read her story below....

Janet Princess Taylor: Intelligent, 6-Year old Warrior

Janet is 6 years old and is already speaking out about sickle cell. What's your excuse?

Meet Ade: Software Developer, Techie, Advocate, Warrior

Ade is an exceptionally brilliant sickle cell warrior, who has learned the fine art of balance. Read more...

Meet Daisy: Wife, Mom, Published Author, SC Warrior

This week's Warrior in the Spotlight is a published inspirational author, who goes under the pen name Jessie Xavier. In addition to writing, Daisy Mitchell has lived an extraordinary life with sickle cell, and is now 50! WOOHOO!
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