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Progression of red cell to sickle cellThe Georgia Regents University Sickle Cell Center, established in 1972, is a comprehensive internationally recognized center for sickle cell treatment and research. The center incorporates the work of Georgia Regents University faculty from medicine, pediatrics, hematology/oncology, allied health, anesthesia and perioperative medicine, biostatistics and epidemiology, molecular biology, and other specialties. This multidisciplinary approach creates a dynamic synergy that places the center in the forefront of patient care, research, and education.

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