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20 December 2014
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What is AIDS?What is AIDS?

This is a book written by an African ABOUT AIDS IN AFRICA. It dispels many myths and rumours about the origination of this scourge of the 20th century and examines the 'theory' among others, that the 'green monkey' contaminated the African people with AIDS!
Price : £12.00

The Sickle Cell Disease Patient

The work presented in this book is an attempt at a comprehensive statement of the natural history of the sickle cell patient as represented in Accra, Ghana. It is based upon the first 1500 consecutive patients personally observed and followed up by the author. Comments and discussions are, however, based on experience acquired between 1965 and 1977 in Ghana from active supervision of a total of over 3000 sickle cell disease patients, giving an experience value of close on 30 000 patient years.
Price : £38.95

FAMILY PLANNING IN SICKLE CELL DISEASE

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Konotey-Ahulu FID. Perthesí disease versus sickle cell disease hip. British Medical Journal Rapid Response Oct 18 2014 www.bmj.com/ or http://bit.ly/1tGmuYm to Perthesí disease by Peter Kannu & Andrew Howard, Brit Med Journal Oct 4 2014 Vol 349 pages 32-33.


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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