National Sickle Cell Awareness Month
Moving Forward Together: Cass Trimnell shares brief history and goals for National Sickle Cell Awareness Month 2023.
Learn About Sickle Cell
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Get answers to common questions and learn more about what sickle cell is, how to manage it, current treatment options and other important information to help you navigate and manage the disorder.Learn Center
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Although rare in Western countries, sickle cell is one of the most common genetic disorders globally.
One copy of the sickle cell gene (sickle cell trait) evolved to provide a higher resistance to malaria.
Two individuals with sickle cell trait have a 25% chance per pregnancy of having a child with sickle cell disease.
It is estimated 25 million people live with sickle cell disease and 300 million have sickle cell trait globally.