Long-term management of sickle cell disease needs improvement

12/11/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Young sickle cell disease patients become more dependent on emergency care services for acute conditions linked to the disease as they enter adulthood, researchers found. Hospitalization rates were higher among sickle cell patients than the general population, and overall costs were substantially greater.

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