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Sickle Cell Patient Surveys

We are conducting a patient satisfactory survey on Sickle Cell which we are trying to get some patient and carer feedback. Please click on the below links which will take you to survey monkey in order to complete the patient … Continue reading

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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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