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NIDDK

The A1C Test & Race/Ethnicity

gallstones  african  patients  anemia  red blood cells  Diagnostic Tests  Blood Glucose  blood disorder  sickle cell disease  african american  asian  hispanic  variant  hemoglobin  blood sugar  A1C  hypoglycemia  hyperglycemia  diabetes test  A1C Test 

Overview of hemoglobin variants that can affect A1C test results, and how to ensure your diabetes is well controlled if you have one of these variants.

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OWH

Sick cell disease

women's health  sickle cell  sickle cell trait  sickle cell disease  sickle cell anemia 

Women with sickle cell disease often face unique challenges, such as problems during pregnancy and other serious health problems.

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CDC

Public Health Law: A Tool to Address Emerging Health Concerns

public health  CDC  surveillance  sickle cell disease  SCD 

Public Health Grand Rounds November 2016

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CDC

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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CDC

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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CDC

Newborn Screening is Important for Your Baby | CDC Features

CDC Features  sickle cell disease  hearing screening  newborn screening  critical congenital heart defects  PKU  congenital hypothyroidism 

Soon after birth, babies born in the United States are checked for certain medical conditions. Learn why this newborn screening is important for your baby and why you should ask for your baby’s screening results.

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CDC

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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CDC

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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CDC

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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