Ade Dotun
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Its made me who I am today and thought me how to push thru in the face of adversity and pain.
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Sickle cell awareness month 2020!

Posted on September 8, 2020 at 5:18pm 1 Comment

Happy sickle cell awareness month Fam! Hope you are all doing well and doing something to help raise awareness this month of September. I did a video collab with the SAMI organization on confidence below, let me know you know your thoughts and what are some things that has helped you to build confidence in your journey so far? Look out for another podcast collab coming soon before the end of the month as well! Stay blessed!…

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Happy world sickle cell day 2020!

Posted on June 19, 2020 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

For world sickle cell day this year, I wrote a blog about tapping into your warrior mentality, check it out and my tweet in the links below.

Tapping Into the Warrior Mentality

My life has been characterized by tenacity, perseverance and determination; these values have been instilled in me through overcoming…

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FDA approves voxelotor for sickle cell disease

Posted on November 27, 2019 at 7:01pm 0 Comments

On November 25, 2019, the Food and Drug Administration granted accelerated approval to voxelotor (Oxbryta, Global Blood Therapeutics) for adults and pediatric patients 12 years of age and older with sickle cell disease.

The primary efficacy outcome measure was Hb response rate defined as an Hb increase of >1 g/dL from baseline to week 24. The response rate for voxelotor was 51.1% (46/90) compared to 6.5% (6/92) in the placebo group (p<0.0001). Additional efficacy…

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The Sickle Cell Podcast Feat. Ade

Posted on August 26, 2019 at 9:38pm 0 Comments

Could gene therapy cure sickle cell anemia?

Posted on March 19, 2019 at 9:53am 2 Comments

Hey Fam,

Its been a while, hope you are all well! I just wanted to share this recent successful potential future cure for those who have not heard about it yet. It was featured on CBS 60 minutes and promising as a potential cure in the future.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/could-gene-therapy-cure-sickle-cell-anemia-60-minutes/

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At 7:44pm on February 5, 2020, Johanna Mack said…

Hello and thank you for accepting me. I wanted to learn a little more about your site. I have an organization and we do several events an I would be honor if I could share my events on your page.

At 5:37pm on February 5, 2020, Preston said…

I am doing very well! Blessed! Thank you very much! Hope you are doing well also!

At 3:04pm on January 17, 2020, David Chester said…

Thank you for your Birthday Wishes, I'm well as can be thank God. :)

At 5:17pm on August 16, 2019, Tamica Ennis said…
Thank you for the birthday wishes. I’m well
At 5:23pm on January 12, 2019, Feyi Goke said…

Thank you for accepting me into the forum. 

At 2:52am on October 20, 2018, Fahid Rabiu said…

Thanks Bro. Had a wonderful day.

At 4:26pm on September 13, 2018, Angela Edebiri said…

Thanks Ade, had a lovely day. 

At 11:56pm on January 31, 2018, Apollo Clefton Raymond said…
Thank you for letting me be here.
At 5:54pm on November 15, 2017, Sujata said…
Hey Ade,

It’s Sujata here...long time since been on here... was wondering do you know about the lates research currently at NIH for a pill medication for adults with SCA already in phase 2 one last phase and it’s ready for FDA approval that any hematologist can prescribe and the patient can pick it up! It might be doctor has to apply to a specialty Pharmacy. however for those adult like me living with SCA and no chance at stem cell transplant due to no blood relatives (since I’m adopted) also I’m not a candidate for a liver transplant even though my liver is at 1/2 function from Cirrosis (as you know iron-overload)!

This new pill will be able to change the morphology of all the sickle cells! It’s like cancer but only positive it targets the red cells in the bone marrow level that are predestined to be sickle and changes them before sent out in circulation to be come more oval like shape and size! Then the pill helps to make an over population so as to overwhelm any stragglers of sickle cells whom don’t change but the percentage is very low thacould be wrobu
Therefore these new (non sickle cells) will have not pointed parts to what I like to call ‘traffic jams’ especially around the joints, but as you know a crisis can happ anywhere at anytime even when we think we having a great day! The oval shape allows it to carry more O2 through out the system he and resolving other flowing issues such as preventing clots .

Amazing right a true miracle at least for me! And I thank God I’m was born in this generation with science and technology.
At 12:05am on July 26, 2017, Carlyle said…
Saw your post about getting into UT grad school. Congrats! Austin has a pretty good network since the Sickle Cell Assoc of Texas Marc Thomas foundation is based there. They are a good group that I've helped out with before. I live in Houston but I'm in Austin regularly since I have family there. Best of luck with the move and if you need anything let me know.
 
 
 

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