Sickle Cell Disease has been discovered over 100 years, yet with the increased global prevalence of SCD, progress in clinical trials, research and treatment has been slow.
Treatment outcomes for people with sickle cell disease (SCD) have only improved significantly in the past few years.
Currently, we are finally seeing some change in disease-modifying drug targeting SCD, clinical trials and research and hope for a universal cure.
In line with the current state in the care for SCD, we present a session about the lessons learned in the management of pain in SCD.
Our speaker for this month May 29th Webinar at 10 EST/ 2 pm GMT is Prof. Hatoon Ezzat, MD, ABIM, FRCPC, MSc
She is the Director of Hematology programs at MOH, Saudi Arabia,
Head, Division of Hematology, St. Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, Canada
Clinical Associate Professor of Hematology, UBC, Canada
Director, Adult Hemoglobinopathy program of BC, Canada
Director, Hemosiderosis program of BC, St. Paul’s Hospital, Canada
Consultant haematologist at John’s Hopkins Aramco Hospital
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Canada
Join GASCDO for this important educational session.
Also join us to know all about GASCDO’s World Sickle Cell Day Activates for June 19th, 2021.
Registration link for http://bit.ly/GASCDOLessons