Testimonial of Boluwatife Raji

Before I joined crimson bow I have a low self-esteem, I look down on myself and I don’t believe I can live till this moment. From my secondary school days I was stigmatized because of sickle cell and even till this moment at work but I was encouraged by crimsonbow…

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CrimsonBow Representatives Hi-Impact TV Interview

Representatives of CrimsonBow Sickle Cell Initiative were invited for an interview at Hi-Impact TV to talk about the sickle cell condition and the organization. Please watch a re-play of the interview below:  

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Faith and Health- Making the connection

After watching an episode one of my favorite programs on TV where sickle cell was discussed and speaking with a friend, I realized a lot of sickle cell warriors still believe that with faith and prayers their children will not have sickle cell. This has got me thinking and it…

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Testimonial of Mrs Theresa Elabor

I am very happy to write this appreciation for your kindness and support in terms of providing free drugs for my little girl FAITH ELABOR who is also a sickler. God bless this organization in Jesus name. – Mrs Theresa Elabor  

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Diary for Project Keep A Warrior Warm Phase 3 As Written By A Volunteer – Toyosi Abikoye

Dear Diary, by Abikoye Oluwatoyosi *Issa Crimson Bow something* I woke up, a little tipsy from last night drink at the law dinner. It was awesome, I can never forget the look when I ordered for a plate of *“Amala on the spot”* in place of the Chinese others ordered.…

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MISCONCEPTIONS RELATING TO SICKLE CELL – II : BIG TUMMY

There seems to be a lot of misconceptions about almost everything in life, this is however not surprising as no one is all knowing. Misconceptions are raised due to the different perspectives individuals have on issues. CrimsonBowNG will be bringing to you a series that will discuss and educate you…

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INSPIRING STORY OF A 56 YEAR OLD SICKLE CELL WARRIOR

Today on the blog, we will like to celebrate a beautiful and awesome 56 year old Sickle Cell Warrior who is a mother of three, her name is Abimbola Edwin. Let’s tell you a little story about her. Almost 30 years ago, she discovered she was pregnant for her boyfriend…

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TRAVEL 101: MANAGING SICKLE CELL WHILE TRAVELING BY AIR

A few years ago, a friend of mine and I were turning 25 and wanted to do something really amazing to celebrate. We decided that we were going to go on a 7 day Boat Cruise that involved three countries in Europe, and 6 cities all together. We saved for months…

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