The Sickle Cell Affected Families of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. (SCAF) serves as a viable Support System which encourages, develops and provides educational programs for those interested/living with Sickle Cell Disease in the Greater Cincinnati area.
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Singer T-Boz asks everyone to STEP UP
Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins rose to fame as an actress, singer and member of the popular 90s musical group TLC all while quietly battling sickle cell disease. Now she is lending her famous voice to encourage others, especially the African American community, to join the Be The Match Registry.
The U.S. Congress designated July as African American Bone Marrow Awareness Month two years ago to raise awareness of the need for more African Americans to join the marrow registry. This July, you can get involved by sharing T-Boz’s new video to help spread the word.
Greetings, I am Gwen Brown from right here in Cincinnati and I was recently interviewed and featured in an article from Andrew Spear of The New York Times. Please take the opportunity to click on my image and listen to what insight I give on Sickle Cell Anemia. The SCA is a disease that I survive with every day of this life that I am blessed with on this earth.