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Sickle cell Disease

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There's little discussion of the impact on fertility, and the broader lack of reproductive and sexual health care for young people living with this complex disease.
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The vast majority of people with sickle cell disease are Black. Sickle cell researchers, physicians and patients believe these disparities exist – and persist – because of systemic racism.

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