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Sickle Cell Awareness | CDC Features

CDC Features  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  hemoglobinopathies  sickle cell anemia  red blood cell disorders 

CDC is working to raise awareness about sickle cell disease. You can help by reading and sharing our resources, and by joining the conversation online.

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New Resources in Sickle Cell Trait Toolkit! | Features | CDC

CDC Features  toolkit  blood disorders  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  Genetic Disorders 

Did you know that 1.5% of babies born in the United States have Sickle Cell Trait (SCT). That’s almost 1 in every 50 babies! While people with SCT often lead normal lives with few health problems, it is important for people with SCT to be aware of their trait status and the risk of passing it on to their children. The Sickle Cell Trait Toolkit provides valuable information for people with SCT.

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Spina Bifida - NSBPR Registry Map Text Version'NCBDDD

CDC  sickle  rare blood disorders  blood disorders  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  SCD  HbSS  HbSC  HbS beta thalassemia  HbSD  HbSE  HbSO  HbAS  genetic blood disorders  hemoglobinopathies  hereditary blood disorders 

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common inherited blood disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 70,000 to 100,000 Americans. SCD can lead to lifelong disabilities and reduce average life expectancy. CDC considers SCD a major public health concern and is committed to conducting surveillance, raising awareness, and promoting health education.

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Sickle Cell Disease, HCP - NCBDDD

CDC  sickle  rare blood disorders  blood disorders  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  SCD  HbSS  HbSC  HbS beta thalassemia  HbSD  HbSE  HbSO  HbAS  genetic blood disorders  hemoglobinopathies  hereditary blood disorders 

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common inherited blood disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 70,000 to 100,000 Americans. SCD can lead to lifelong disabilities and reduce average life expectancy. CDC considers SCD a major public health concern and is committed to conducting surveillance, raising awareness, and promoting health education.

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Sickle Cell Disease, Data and Statistics

CDC  sickle  rare blood disorders  blood disorders  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  SCD  HbSS  HbSC  HbS beta thalassemia  HbSD  HbSE  HbSO  HbAS  genetic blood disorders  hemoglobinopathies  hereditary blood disorders 

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common inherited blood disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 70,000 to 100,000 Americans. SCD can lead to lifelong disabilities and reduce average life expectancy. CDC considers SCD a major public health concern and is committed to conducting surveillance, raising awareness, and promoting health education.

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Sickle Cell Disease, Videos - NCBDDD

CDC  sickle  rare blood disorders  blood disorders  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  SCD  HbSS  HbSC  HbS beta thalassemia  HbSD  HbSE  HbSO  HbAS  genetic blood disorders  hemoglobinopathies  hereditary blood disorders 

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common inherited blood disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 70,000 to 100,000 Americans. SCD can lead to lifelong disabilities and reduce average life expectancy. CDC considers SCD a major public health concern and is committed to conducting surveillance, raising awareness, and promoting health education.

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Sickle Cell Disease, Tips for Healthy Living

CDC  sickle  rare blood disorders  blood disorders  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  SCD  HbSS  HbSC  HbS beta thalassemia  HbSD  HbSE  HbSO  HbAS  genetic blood disorders  hemoglobinopathies  hereditary blood disorders 

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common inherited blood disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 70,000 to 100,000 Americans. SCD can lead to lifelong disabilities and reduce average life expectancy. CDC considers SCD a major public health concern and is committed to conducting surveillance, raising awareness, and promoting health education.

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Sickle Cell Disease, Complications and Treatments

CDC  sickle  rare blood disorders  blood disorders  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  SCD  HbSS  HbSC  HbS beta thalassemia  HbSD  HbSE  HbSO  HbAS  genetic blood disorders  hemoglobinopathies  hereditary blood disorders 

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common inherited blood disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 70,000 to 100,000 Americans. SCD can lead to lifelong disabilities and reduce average life expectancy. CDC considers SCD a major public health concern and is committed to conducting surveillance, raising awareness, and promoting health education.

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Sickle Cell Disease: AJ Green's Story | CDC Features

CDC Features  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  AJ Green 

September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month and Newborn Screening Awareness Month. Read about the importance of screening for sickle cell and AJ Green’s experience with the disease.

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Sickle Cell Disease and Pregnancy

CDC  sickle  rare blood disorders  blood disorders  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  SCD  HbSS  HbSC  HbS beta thalassemia  HbSD  HbSE  HbSO  HbAS  genetic blood disorders  hemoglobinopathies  hereditary blood disorders 

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common inherited blood disorder in the United States, affecting an estimated 70,000 to 100,000 Americans. SCD can lead to lifelong disabilities and reduce average life expectancy. CDC considers SCD a major public health concern and is committed to conducting surveillance, raising awareness, and promoting health education.

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