PROJECT EMPOWER A WARRIOR

Project empower a warrior took place at LCCI BUILDING, Alausa Ikeja,Lagos on MAY 11th 2019. it is an event set to empower Sickle Cell Warriors in various fields. . It was an enriching and fun event for children and adults as the event was educative and informative through our various…

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PROJECT MEDITATE A WARRIOR

This was aimed at giving warriors a supply of intensive medication every quarter, in year 2018 . 30 people included Men, Women and Children benefited from the scheme. Medication that span basic vitamins to blood boosters, antibiotics etc were given. Kindly see pictures below.      

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PROJECT KEEP A WARRIOR WARM- PHRASE 5

The fifth edition of Project Keep A Warrior Warm took place in Mushin Local Government on DECEMBER, 1st, 2018. It is a medical outreach which aimed at educating the under-privileged on Sickle Cell prevention and maintenance. It was an enriching and fun event for children and adults as the event…

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CrimsonBow Substance Abuse Program

CrimsonBow Sickle Cell Initiative launches its Substance Abuse program (SAP). Do you struggle with addiction to Pentazocine, Marijuana, Alcohol, Codeine, etc? Then this is for you. Kindly fill out the intent form here. Free counseling sessions and recovery group therapy available

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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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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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Why Alcohol And Sickle Cell Don’t Mix

Alcohol is a diuretic. This means that it triggers your body to start peeing a lot more. Not only are you losing water and fluids out that way, alcohol suppresses the secretion of Anti-diuretic hormone (ADH), which means that your body is unable to regulate how much water you are…

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Managing Sickle Cell In Pregnancy 2

Continued from Managing Sickle Cell In Pregnancy 1 Pregnant women with Sickle Cell Trait are at greater risks of frequent urinary tract infections and developing iron-deficiency anemia than other pregnant women and will require iron supplementation, but they have no extra risks associated with being a carrier. Women with Sickle…

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