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Experts weigh in on Ebola victim's hospital treatment.
Plus, only half of student athletes report concussions.
BET.com pays homage to numerous African-American health heroes spanning many eras.
Marquis Ellison shines a positive light on Crohn’s disease.
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Sickle cell disease affects 1 out of every 500 Black Americans, and yet trying to find blood donations to help those thousands of African-Americans in need is trying.
With the help an academic program, Michael Olujimi hopes to one day eradicate sickle cell.
African-Americans are in severe need of more African-American blood donors, especially since Blacks are more likely than other races to have diseases like sickle cell anemia.
About one in 12 African-Americans carry the trait for sickle cell disease, meaning 1 of every 500 of our children born will have this condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.