Sickle Cell Disease 100 Years Later

Sickle Cell Disease 100 Years Later

by Dan Moore Sr., Phyllis Zachery-Thomas
     
 
A moving account of patients and families dealing with the effects of sickle cell disease, a genetic disorder that mainly effects people of African descent.

Overview

A moving account of patients and families dealing with the effects of sickle cell disease, a genetic disorder that mainly effects people of African descent.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453603826
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
06/03/2010
Pages:
138
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author

Dan Moore, Sr. is a veteran filmmaker and author, and Founding Persident of Marrow for Life, and the APEX Museum in Atlanta, GA. He is often described as a true visionary with the capacity to make things happen. He is a producer, writer, editor, poet and public speaker, He is currently planning a major State of the art African American museum in Atlanta.
Phyllis Zachery-Thomas is the founder of SCD Soldier Network in Fayetteville, GA. As a person living with sickle cell disease she understands the difficulties involved with maintaining an acceptable quality of life. She wrote the lyrics to the SCD Soldier Anthem and uses it to ignite the hearts of those interested in bringing more awareness to the blood disorder. This is her debut as an author.

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