Sickle cell disease: signs, symptoms and latest treatments
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Sickle cell disease: signs, symptoms and latest treatments

Catharine Sadler Freelance journalist

How a new drug will improve quality of life for patients, and could reduce emergency admissions resulting from sickle cell crises

Thousands of patients with sickle cell disease in England are to have access to a ‘revolutionary’ treatment for sickle cell disease over the next three years.

Nursing Standard. 37, 3, 73-74. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.3.73.s23

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