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"Advocacy for the construction of a sickle cell anemia care center in Côte d'Ivoire"

July 02, 2020

The various hematology departments of the three university hospital centers in Côte d'Ivoire recorded in 2014, 11,972 patients suffering from sickle cell anemia, including 8,572 in Yopougon, 3,000 in Cocody and 400 in Treichville, with an average of 600 new cases each year.  Patrice Sékongo, country director of the European Institute for Cooperation and Development, called for mass screening and improved patient care thanks to a preventive system that is operational.  In a presentation on the evolution of screening tools, Dr Yao Atimeré, a hematologist, presented the HemoTypeSC test, which can detect sickle cell anemia in ten minutes. A solution that comes to save lives.

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Television News Coverage of Accuracy+Feasibility Validation Study Workshop

Television News Coverage of Accuracy+Feasibility Validation Study Workshop

November 13, 2019

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"Good news for Ivorian people. Now, they can know their hemoglobin status..."

November 13, 2019

Good news for Ivorian people. Now, they can know their hemoglobin status thanks to the HemoTypeSC test, a rapid process for screening for sickle cell disease that has performed well in several African countries...Eugène Aka-Aouélé, Minister of Health and Dr. ADOUENI Katché Valéry, Coordinating Director of the National Program for Metabolic Diseases and NCD Prevention, have stated that the new process will enable Ivory Coast to take a step forward in the fight against sickle cell disease.  He welcomed the researchers who conducted the study that led to the establishment of the HemoTypeSC.
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