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 When was babies in the US first tested or sickle cell anemia?

Answer Once the child has been diagnosed with ODD or Oppositional Defiance Disorder, the doctor usually recommends a list of behavior modification techniques as a form or therapy or management for the chi... Read More »
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Can you die from sickle cell anemia?

On One Hand: Serious RisksIndividuals with sickle cell anemia--many call it sickle cell disease or SCD--are at serious risk of stroke; pneumonia, which leads to acute chest syndrome; bacterial infe... Read More »
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Can Sickle Cell Anemia spread?

No, Sickle Cell Anemia isn't contagious, is an inherited autosomal co-dominant genetic condition characterized by sickle (crescent) shaped red blood cells and chronic anemia caused by excessive des... Read More »
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Can sickle cell anemia be detected prenatally?

On One Hand: Prenatal Detection Is PossibleDeveloping sickle cell disease depends on a recessive allele (gene variant) that geneticists have identified and located, according to the book "Understan... Read More »
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Family History & Sickle Cell Anemia?

Sickle cell anemia is a genetic disease that is only contracted when both parents pass the defective gene to their child. Because of the genetic link, it is important that people learn about their ... Read More »
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