French Scientists and Doctors are Leading the Way Towards a Cure for Sickle Cell Anemia
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French Scientists and Doctors are Leading the Way Towards a Cure for Sickle Cell Anemia

Some breathtaking things are happening in the world of sickle cell anemia (SCA) that could potentially impact the lives of nearly 275,000 babies around the world and nearly 100,000 African…

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Is it Ethical? Should Human Embryos Be Used to Prevent Genetic Diseases Like Beta Thalassemia?
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Is it Ethical? Should Human Embryos Be Used to Prevent Genetic Diseases Like Beta Thalassemia?

How far would you go to eradicate a disease that impacts millions of lives? Would you cross the ethical line if it meant ending a source of suffering forever? Or…

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Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Rashes Consume Girl’s Skin. Here’s How You Can Help.
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Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Rashes Consume Girl’s Skin. Here’s How You Can Help.

Phoenix Richey was living a happy and healthy life until things escalated toward the unexpected. During a tumultuous 24 hour period, a strange allergic reaction spread along 65 percent of…

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