With many having the sickle cell gene unaware, the need for a dedicated magazine
on sickle cell disorder cannot be overstated ...

Directly or indirectly, Sickle Cell is believed to affect more than 100 million people worldwide.

Welcome to SICKLE CELL NEWS (formerly the Sickle
Cell Journal
)- a    quarterly news-magazine founded
and published in Africa.

Our vision is to be the world’s best-known resource
magazine for the world’s most commonly inherited blood
disorder, whose headquarters, in turn, is Africa. We
intend to teach, inform and help reduce the burden of
sickle cell on family and society.
sickle cell news - world's first dedicated sickle cell news-magazine
ISSN 2141-1093
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(c) 2015 Scell Media ,Nigeria
Out of a sheer sense of global social citizenship, the following companies have given regular
quarterly advert support to
SICKLE CELL NEWS, enabling us provide free online editions to
Nigeria, Africa and the world.

1. Baats Clinical Engineering Nigeria Ltd, Total Garden, Ibadan, Nigeria
             
www.baats.org
2. Eagle Paints, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
3. Health Forever Products Ltd, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
             
www.afritradomedic.com
4. Sifax Group, Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria
             
www.sifaxgroup.com
5. Verdant Zeal, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
             
www.verdantzeal.com
6***.Many thanks to Mr. A.P Leventis for his repeated directive to the Leventis Group in
Nigeria to advertise on a regular basis. Unbelievably, the Group, in the country worst
affected by SCD, adamantly refused to comply
! So sorry for Africa!

Your company can
PARTNER WITH US in the onerous but noble task of educating the world about
the world's most commonly-inherited but clearly the world's most neglected genetic health
condition. Individuals can visit our
literary Foundation's website for what they can immediately do
for their
alma mater
We have designated the month of June as World Sickle Cell
Awareness Month.
If you are visiting this website for the first time in  
2015, you are most welcome.