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Katreece, sickle cell patient

Katreece (here at right) has sickle cell anemia. The causes of sickle cell have been known since the 1940s.
red blood cells,cell anemia,sickle cell,genetic disorder,genetic disease,hemoglobin,anemia,1940s
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