SC RED is pushing for high quality reproductive health care

See why SC RED is pushing for reproductive health care to be implemented into standard of care for individuals living with sickle cell disease.

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Complications in pregnant women with Sickle Cell Disease

Kim Smith-Whitley, MD

Reproductive intentions in mothers of young children with Sickle Cell Disease

Kim Smith-Whitley, MD

Priapism in Sickle Cell Disease: A Hematologist’s Perspective

Gregory J. Kato

American Society of Hematology 2021 guidelines for sickle cell disease: stem cell transplantation

Teonna was privileged to have a seat at the table to publish these guidelines and the findings indicate a need for fertility preservation access. 

Diminished ovarian reserve in young women with sickle cell anemia

Check out Dr. Pecker’s latest data on Hydroxyurea and ovarian reserve. Her findings validate the work of SC RED working to make fertility preservation more accessible. 

Distinct maternal and fetal pregnancy outcomes in women with sickle cell disease can be predicted using routine clinical and laboratory data

A Kinga Malinowski, et al.