Sickle Cell Warriors

Warriors in the Spotlight

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.

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Please VOTE: Teen Tries to Raise Money for SCD

Vote to grant 25K from Pepsi in which a portion goes directly to sickle cell patients and their families.

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Bridgett Willkie, Sickle Cell Advocate

The best sickle cell advocate is a sickle cell warrior. Meet Bridgett Willkie.

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Tonya Bright, Clinical Lab Specialist

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

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Meet William: Father, Husband, Martial Arts Instructor, Warrior

Meet William Blake, father, husband, librarian, Black Belt, martial arts instructor, and oh yeah, a sickle cell warrior.

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Meet Brandon: Truck Driver, Sickle Cell Warrior

Read more about Brandon Gray, truck driver—sickle cell warrior

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Meet Theresa; Stroke Survivor, Daughter, Inspirational Warrior

Being a warrior is not limited to the battles won, but surviving whatever sickle cell throws your way. Get inspired with Theresa Robinson; former cop, stroke survivor, daughter, sickle cell warrior.

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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?

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Tosin Coker: Published Author

    Tosin Coker: Published Author

Meet Tosin Coker, published author, motivational speaker, radio personality and mom. Oh yeah, and she has sickle cell.

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WEGO Health Interview

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

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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 and used some of my responses

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