This month, we’re reflecting on a special Thanksgiving message from Marqus from 2013, some exciting events, and some news you can use.
View some of our most recent media mentions. We’re proud to be featured on local
and national levels, speaking about sickle cell disease.
Press Release regarding Sick Cells and Innovation and Value Initiative (IVI)’s joint white paper published October 20, 2022
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.
Our community has a lot to say. Read up on some personal views and perspective
from Sick Cells’ members and the SCD community.
Science often looks to the future: finding the next cure, creating the next vaccine, and predicting the next outbreak. However, looking back in history can sometimes be just as useful. In this blog, we’ll explore the similarities and differences between the 1918 Flu and COVID-19.
See an event you’re interested in? Join us.
December 8, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The P.O.W.E.R ECHO Project Community Health Worker Training is designed to assist community health workers with resources and education, in order to strengthen their efforts in providing support services for sickle cell disease (SCD) patients. This series hosts monthly virtual sessions.
This month, the topic is “Transition to Adult Care” Presented by Tiarra Evans, CHW, Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia, Inc.