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What is sickle cell disease? Dr. Athena Pefkarou discusses in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Dr. Athena Pefkarou discusses the approaches to treating sickle cell disease in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Dr. Athena Pefkarou discusses the four types of sickle cell disease in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Dr. Kamar Godder discusses bone marrow transplant for sickle cell disease in this edition of Children's Health Chats.
Join us as Dr. Athena Pefkarou, Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist from the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Cancer & Blood Disorders Center, discusses the future of patients with Sickle Cell Disease.