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I got an A!

Hey, I just got my grades for this last semester. I rocked out y’all! My GPA is 3.9 and I’m still banging out straight A’s. Oh yeah, oh yeah *jumping up and down*

Anyway, in the spirit of giving, sharing and all that Jazz, I’m going to host the sickle cell presentation I created for my final class project, the one that earned me a resounding A+. The premise of the project is that we were supposed to identify a vulnerable population and develop an assessment tool for them. I created a sickle cell questionnaire…send me a message if you want that, and wrote a paper…and a PowerPoint presentation. It was only supposed to be one teaching tool and the paper, but I kinda went overboard…y’all know how passionate I can be.

Okay without further ado…

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Sickle Cell Warrior

Sickle Cell Warrior

Tosin is dedicated to perpetuating healthy and positive messages about sickle cell. Although sickle cell is a subject often taboo in the communities this condition is most prevalent, Tosin's message is that sickle cell is not something to be ashamed of and you can live a rich and fulfilling life with sickle cell. Sickle cell warriors are the most amazing people in the world, with a great fortitude for compassion, willpower and strength.

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