Sickle Cell disease is the most common genetic disorder identified in African Americans, It's also found in people from South and Central America, the Mediterranean and the Middle East. Sickle Cell Disease affects red blood cells change from soft round shape to a hard crescent moon shape. Sickled red blood cells stick together blocking flow of blood and oxygen causing pain and other serious complications. sickle Cell Amenia Disease affects millions of people through the world.
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