Sick Cells President and Co-Founder, Ashley Valentine, spoke with The New Yorker.
ISPOR’s Value and Outcomes Spotlight Magazine featured Sick Cells’ President and Co-founder, Ashley Valentine. See the article on page 29.
Sick Cells Co-founder and President is included in PhRMA’s announcement as a speaker for their Fall webinar and workshop series.
Ashley Valentine of Sick Cells spoke with OZY Media about sickle cell disease treatments and her hopes for the future of people living with sickle cell.
First Lady Melania Trump and the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) hosted a roundtable titled “Improving the Lives of Americans Living with Sickle Cell Disease” on Monday September 14, 2020. The participants included U.S. Public Health Service officials, sickle cell patients, and sickle cell advocates including our own Sick Cells’ President and CEO, Ashley Valentine.
The Chicago Tribune released an article regarding the loss of Sick Cells’ co-founder, Marqus Valentine.
The disease is complex physiologically, manifesting itself differently in every carrier, but also sociologically, bringing in factors like racial bias, since sickle cell is believed to be most common among minority groups, particularly African Americans.
Fresenius Kabi announced today it has inducted 15 people into the 2019 Fresenius Kabi Blood Donation Hall of Fame.
Living with sickle cell disease and advocating for others with the disease can pose challenges, but blood donations help provide the strength he needs to continue to make a difference.
In honor of Pain Awareness Month, U.S. Pain Foundation is sharing a video story from a real person with pain each day during September.