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english or creative writing Samira Sanusi Sickle Cell Foundation is a Non-profit organization dedicated to catering for Sickle Cell disease patients. The foundation works tirelessly to  ensure the prevention, management, control and cure of Sickle Cell Anaemia in Nigeria.

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22 Nov

NurAid by SSSCFoundation

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  THE NURAID INITIATIVE NurAid Initiative – In memory of Muhammad Nura Abdullahi (1988 – 2016)  During our 3rd anniversary and fundraiser in May 2017, the “NurAid Initiative” (founded in memory of Muhammad Nura Abdullahi, a grand.
25 Oct

Abuja Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Donor Drive

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Abuja Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Donor Drive – 2017 The number of deaths from Sickle Cell Anemia, Leukemia and other blood disorders among Nigerians/Africans is rising because patients lack access to life saving treatments, including Stem Cell Transplants.
29 Aug

My Story From SS To AA Genotype, Samira Sanusi

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Samira Sanusi is a sickle cell survivor.  She has undergone 28 surgeries and recently authored a book, chronicling her life’s experience. She is presently the founder of Samira Sanusi Sickle Cell Foundation-SSSCF.   In Nigeria, the rate.
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