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It is time to discuss Sickle Cell Disease

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By Kenny Adetunji

It has been 130 years since the discovery of the disease and it's thriving.

Nigeria, India, and the Congo are all countries that have a high incidence of Sickle Cell Disease. This is a genetic disorder that results in an abnormality in the shape of red blood cells. These cells become sickle-shaped, which can cause problems with circulation and lead to a number of health complications.

The statistic that one in five Nigerian children are at risk of contracting Sickle Cell Disease is alarming, but it is important to understand the factors that contribute to this risk. There are a number of reasons why Nigerian children are more likely to develop (SCD) than children in other countries. One reason is that Nigeria has a high prevalence of the sickle cell gene. This means that there are a lot of people in Nigeria who are carriers of the sickle cell gene, and these people are more likely to have children who develop the disease.

Lack of awareness about the disease in general population.

The lack of research and funding for Sickle Cell Disease is due to the fact that the disease is only found in three countries. As a result, there is little information available about the disease and its effects. This lack of information means that there is little chance of finding a cure for the disease.

Nigeria has the potential to become a world leader in the field of (SCD) research and treatment, but this will require significant financial investment. The country has made some progress in this area, but more needs to be done if Nigeria is to meet the needs of its citizens who suffer from (SCD). One major obstacle to more widespread funding of (SCD) research and treatment in Nigeria is the lack of awareness about the disease among the general population. Many people in Nigeria are not even aware that (SCD) exists, let alone that it is a serious health problem. This lack of awareness needs to be addressed if Nigeria is to make significant progress in the field of (SCD) research and treatment.

It is passed from one generation to the next.

India, Congo and Nigeria share a common enemy in the form of the (SCD), and it is important that they team up to fight this enemy on all fronts. The (SCD) has been a major problem for all three countries, and it is important that they work together to combat this threat. It has caused a lot of damage in all three countries, and it is vital that they work together to get rid of it.

The first reported case of sickle cell disease (SCD) was documented in 1892 by Dr. James Herrick. Dr. Herrick observed that patients with (SCD) had an abnormally shaped red blood cell which caused them to become ill. The study of genetics is the scientific study of heredity and the variation of organisms. It is a branch of biology that deals with the genetic information of organisms and the way it is passed from one generation to the next. Genetics is also responsible for the study of how genes are expressed and the way they interact with the environment. The field of genetics has made significant advances in our understanding of heredity and the variation of organisms.

Many people who have (SCD) are not aware.

Testing for sickle cell disease needs to be conducted on a nationwide scale in order to identify those who have the condition and to take appropriate action. (SCD) is a debilitating and often fatal illness, and early diagnosis and treatment is essential for the best possible outcome. Unfortunately, many people who have (SCD) are not aware of their condition, either because they have never been tested or because they have not been properly informed about the symptoms of the disease. There are many different ways to test for (SCD), and all of them should be made available to the public. Those who have been diagnosed with (SCD) need to be given access to the best possible medical care.

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