Curing Sickle Cell Disease

On Sep 28th, Jane Sande, M.D., will discuss the medical, social, and economic impact of sickle cell disease and curing the disease via bone marrow transplantation. Dr. Sande is medical director for The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Their sickle cell disease program is at the forefront in treating children, birth to age 21, with sickle cell disease and other red blood cell disorders.