18 April 2014
Links

Links related to Sickle Cell disease and other medical issues.

Some of the web links listed below are external websites in which we do not have editorial control.

University of Cape Coast Ghana
http://www.ucc.edu.gh 

The BUPA Cromwell Hospital, London SW5 0TU
http://www.cromwell-hospital.co.uk

Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS)Trieste
http://www.ictp.trieste.it/~twas

Royal Society of Medicine 1 Wimpole Street, London W1M 8AE
http://www.roysocmed.ac.uk

The Lancet
http://www.thelancet.com

The British Medical Journal
http://www.bmj.com

Dr. Everett Koop
http://www.drkoop.com

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.
http://www.ic.ac.uk/alumni  & http://www.IC4Life.net

Creation.com with nearly 7000 articles
http://creation.com

Publications
1965 to present day, click here
329 Konotey-Ahulu FID. Management of sickle cell disease patient in the community. www.bmj.com Brit Med Journal Rapid Response 13 April 2014 [90 References] to Brousse V, Makali J, Rees DC: Management of sickle cell disease in the community. BMJ 2014; 348: g1765 doi:10.1136/bmj.g1765
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FAQs (Click here for more)
1. Why is Sickle Cell Anaemia only found in Black people?
This is a very common mis-conception. Sickle cell anaemia (sca) is not "only found in Black people". White people in Greece, Sicily, Turkey, and their offspring around the world suffer from sickle cell anaemia (sca)... | More
2. Why do people with sickle cell anaemia not suffer from malaria?
A common mis-conception. A dangerous misconception. People with sickle cell anaemia do suffer from malaria, and very badly too. Doctors who have been wrongly taught have been known to advise... | More
3. Why then do Science teachers always talk about malaria protection in sickle cell anaemia?
Inadequate knowledge, or plain ignorance is the simple answer. I repeat: malaria affects sickle cell anaemia patients more seriously than it does others.... | More