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How Much Do You Know About Sickle Cell Disease?

Did you know that April is National Minority Health Month? Sickle cell disease is a rare disease that affects mainly Black people. It is estimated that 1 in 365 Black children is born with sickle cell disease, and 1 in 13 Black children is born with sickle cell trait. In addition, about 1 in 16,300 Hispanic children in the United States is born with sickle cell disease.

The goal of is to cultivate an online community so those affected by sickle cell disease can connect with each other. During National Minority Health Month, we want to highlight sickle cell disease by sharing a quiz for the community to take and share with others.

See how much you know about sickle cell disease and then share with your friends and family!

Sickle cell disease quiz

How many did you get right?

0-1: Maybe it is time to brush up on your sickle cell disease knowledge. Start with learning the basics of sickle cell disease.
2-3: You know a bit, but there is still lots to learn. Maybe try reading up on who gets sickle cell disease.
4-5: Not bad! It sounds like you are starting to understand the nuances of living with sickle cell disease. Learn about common sickle cell disease myths and misconceptions.
6-8: Pro status! You clearly have some experience with sickle cell disease. Are you interested in sharing your experience with others so they can learn more? Tell us about your sickle cell disease journey.

Share this sickle cell disease quiz to test your friends and family

Can your friends and family get all 8 answers right, or could they use a little assistance with their sickle cell disease knowledge? Make sure you share this sickle cell disease quiz with them to compare your answers!

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