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Getting fertility care is complex. It can be harder if you have sickle cell disease

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SC RED Puts Focus on Patients’ Reproductive and Sexual Health

We Need to Talk About Sickle Cell Disease and Reproductive Health

We Need to Talk About Sickle Cell Disease and Reproductive Health

Dreams of Motherhood, Deferred

Dreams of Motherhood, Deferred

Social Impact Heroes: Why & How Teonna Woolford of Sickle Cell Reproductive Health Education Directive Is Helping To Change Our World

Social Impact Heroes: Why & How Teonna Woolford of Sickle Cell Reproductive Health Education Directive Is Helping To Change Our World

Rare Leader: Teonna Woolford, Co-Founder and CEO, Sickle Cell Reproductive Health Education Directive

Rare Leader: Teonna Woolford, Co-Founder and CEO, Sickle Cell Reproductive Health Education Directive

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Our CEO’s quote about "sickle cell awareness month being every month" has taken off. As a result, SC RED made it to BIO.

Teonna Woolford, Co-founder & CEO, Sickle Cell Reproductive Education Directive, A DotCom Magazine Interview

Teonna Woolford, Co-founder & CEO, Sickle Cell Reproductive Education Directive, A DotCom Magazine Interview

Video from ASH 2021: Sickle-cell patients, activists tell their stories

Video from ASH 2021: Sickle-cell patients, activists tell their stories

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Sickle cell can be passed on to kids – but many don’t know if they carry the gene

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For patients with sickle cell disease, fertility care is about reproductive justice

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Our CEO’s quote about "sickle cell awareness month being every month" has taken off. As a result, SC RED made it to BIO.

September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month—a time to reflect on how many people are affected by Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) and how much more needs to be done to fund research and put an end to it once and for all.