worldwide are affected,
one way or another, by
Sickle Cell Disorder,
says Nigeria's
Supervisory Minister of
Health, Dr. Khaliru
Alhassan
2. Wuraola
Kpoiki-Surakatu: 65
years with SCD and narry
a blood transfusion!
3. Niger Republic: SCD
rampant here in Niger,
says Mme Rabi Sitou
4. WAZOBIA: Free
booklet on SCD in 3 of
Nigeria's foremost
languages
ISSN 2141-1093
2015 Editions
jan-march 2015 edition
Jan - March 2015
1. STROKE: A child with
SCD is 300 times more
likely to have Stroke
than a child without
2. STROKE: Warning
Signs, Testimonies,
Management, Prevention
3. STROKE: 'My son
survived five major
strokes and countless
mini-strokes' - Carol
Nwosu, UK
4. Sulzner Foundation
begins work in Uganda
5. INTERVIEW with
Professor Lewis Liyen
Hsu, Director,
Children's Hosp,
Chicago
April - June 2015
WATER, WATER
EVERYWHERE
The Extraordinary
benefits of ordinary
for SCD
2. Top Abuja Hospital
in hot soup over
inaccurate genotype
result .. couple sues
for $300m
3. Human Rights
Activist Oklahgogo
(Toyin ) warns
Nigerian Govt folks
with SCD will take to
the streets if ....
SPECIAL
EDITION

Alhaja Asiata Aduke
Onikoyi-Laguda - 90,
princess of the Onikoyi
Ruling House in Lagos,
Nigeria, celebrates 90th
birthday - the amazing
story of her life with
Sickle Cell.
Fellow 'warriors',
Ernestine Diamond, 88,
Birney Smith, 86, Judy
Gray Johnson, 72, Wale
Fanu, 65, Darryl Alladice,
61 and others prove that
who will survive, will
survive.
July-Sept 2015
Oct-Dec 2015
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