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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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CReM researchers investigate diseases that are more prevalent in BMC patients, including sickle cell disease, to make strides in treating diseases that disproportionally affect vulnerable populations.
[1] Sickle Cell Disease (SCD), (2016, August 31), November 2017, https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/sicklecell/data.html.
Health-related quality of life in children with sickle cell disease: child and parent perception.
This indicates more pronounced oxidative stress in homozygous sickle cell patients as compared to heterozygous patients resulting in a greater fall in vitamin E levels in former group.
However, Mr Al Kadhem revealed he had not fasted for three years because of his own sickle cell anaemia condition that required him to take medication and receive medical treatment.
A study of 2,570 tribals comprising 973 from Kerala, 696 from Madhya Pradesh and 901 from Orissa revealed the frequency of sickle cell gene varies from 0.05 to 0.31 among different communities.
Osteopenia and osteoporosis are associated with sickle cell disease [20-24].
SCN is a functional and structural abnormality seen in patients with sickle cell disease.
The OECS said that the missions enabled partners of the project to discuss the advancement of one of the main components of INTERREG CARES, namely the improvement of screening and treatment of sickle cell disease in the nine-member OECS sub grouping.
She added: "One of the areas that I became involved in was sickle cell and I'd like to take this opportunity as one of the patrons of the Sickle Cell Society to acknowledge the support of your Chancellor Sir Lenny Henry who is also a patron of the Sickle Cell Society."
Campaigners believe that 90 per cent of complications arising during what is known as a sickle cell crisis can be overcome if certain vaccinations against common viruses and infections are taken.