Sickle Cell Awareness Survey.

Please click the link below to answer 2 questions to help Sickle Life serve you better. Click here: Sickle Cell Awareness Survey.   (Please click this link: Sickle Cell Awareness Survey to complete the survey.) This survey is confidential and safe. You are not required to identify yourself. Please answer once and invite your friends and family to Read more about Sickle Cell Awareness Survey.[…]

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My Sickle Life: The Plan Had Changed!

Have you ever thought of or experienced anything that could change your life and cause a wave of worry and despair to the people that care about you? I have! I wish it were merely a disaster or an apocalyptic destruction or something that could be managed temporarily and not permanently distort my life. However, Read more about My Sickle Life: The Plan Had Changed![…]

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Loving Logically.

Love, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary is a strong or constant affection for a person while logic, simply, is a proper or reasonable way of thinking about or understanding something. Conventional wisdom dictates that these two are mutually exclusive. After all, how can anyone attempt to be smart or logical about love? Lori Foster says, Read more about Loving Logically.[…]

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Remembering Paul… (2)

It’s hard to eulogize someone when the very process feels like ceding to a mutual enemy, but this is important. It must be done. Ours was not a chance encounter. Earliest I can remember, my mom would always encourage me to aspire to more and to be more. Disease was not a limitation, illness was Read more about Remembering Paul… (2)[…]

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Remembering Paul… (1)

Dr. Paul Mensah qualified as a medical doctor from the University of Ghana Medical School (UGMS) in 2002. He joined the Department of Haematology in April 2004 as a medical officer. He was an intelligent, hardworking and meticulous person who carried out his work with great passion. In October 2007, he became the first person Read more about Remembering Paul… (1)[…]