One of the genetic diseases known as sickle cell disease is sickle cell anemia. Red blood cells, which deliver oxygen to every region of the body, are affected in terms of structure.

Typically rounded and flexible, red blood cells can flow through blood veins with ease. Red blood cells with sickle or crescent shapes are characteristic of sickle cell anemia. Additionally, these sickle cells develop a hard and sticky coating that can hinder or delay blood flow.

Most persons with sickle cell anemia are incurable. Treatments can reduce suffering and aid in avoiding disease-related consequences.

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