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New research published

Professor David Rees, Dr Baba Inusa, Dr John Brewin and Dr Kate Gardner from STSTN have collaborated with other researchers on a study exploring the reasons why children with sickle cell disease experience silent strokes. The paper has been published … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Necker Hospital, Paris

by Dr Natalie Cook Earlier this month I met colleagues from King’s College Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital at St Pancras International to catch the 5:40am Eurostar to Paris. Our hospitals have a longstanding relationship with RoFSED (Réseau Francilien … Continue reading

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Book Launch: Blossom Tree by Sharon Fevrier

On 15th March Sharon Fevrier launched her debut novel, Blossom Tree: Love, Burn, Rise, in Greenwich. Blossom Tree was inspired by Sharon’s own experience of living with sickle cell disease and how she became partially sighted as a result. It … Continue reading

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Parent Ambassadors: Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivors

                                    For more information download the poster here.

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