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New research highlights lack of Sickle Cell support
London Live Interview with Dr Subarna Chakravorty
London Live interview
"A lack of awareness and information of the UK's biggest genetic blood disorder is affecting the care people living with Sickle Cell Disease receive. That's according to new research led by Imperial College London AND Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, in partnership with the Sickle Cell Society. Dr Subarna Chakravorty, the clinical lead on the project speaks to London Live News about the findings."
[Taken from www.londonlive.co.uk/news/2016-04-21/new-research-highlights-lack-of-sickle-cell-support on 21 April 2016]