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The challenges of living away from home with sickle cell anemia

Richard H Sills, MD,Richard Sills, MD, division chief of the hemotology/oncology unit in the Center for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital, talks about the chronic disease called sickle cell anemia, and how life expectancy has dramatically increased over the years due to advances in medical care. Sills offers guidance for parents and college students living with the disease while away from home. The Sickle Cell Treatment Program at Upstate Medical University.

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